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Calorigenicdeficit Cardiovascular changes Bradycardia

Low. cardiac.. output Cardiomegaly

Diastolic hypertension

Coronary .atherosclerosis

Respiratory changes Cerebral . . and . neurological . changes Gastrointestinal changes Hematological . . changes

Metabolic chanqes

Muscular .changes

Skeletal changes Dermatological .changes Changes in lipid metabolism

Changes..in .carbohydrate. metabolism Changes. in „drugmetaboiism

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