microperfusion

microperfusion

/mi·cro·per·fu·sion/ (-per-fu´zhun) perfusion of a minute amount of a substance.
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2006b), or wound tissue microperfusion in pressure and diabetic foot ulcers (Reenalda et al.
Apart from the physiological reactions to circulatory activity, the aim of this study was to examine if a custom-made thigh bandage had a positive or negative impact on soft tissue microperfusion during rest and exercise conditions in healthy volunteers.
Hyperviscosity also affects the brain (as well as other organs) at the level of microperfusion.
Blindness, kidney insufficiency, and leg ischemia are the first to comorbidities to appear because these organs are the most dependent on microperfusion for function.
4) at a constant flow rate of 2 jxl/min using a CMA microperfusion pump (CMA/100, Carnegie Medicine, Stockholm, Sweden).
Finally, all patients received intravenous infusions pre- and postoperatively to improve microperfusion according to the Stennert infusion schema.
AP 12009 was administered intratumorally via one catheter as continuous high-flow microperfusion over a 7-day period every other week for up to 6 months on an outpatient treatment basis.
Direct access to interstitial fluid in adipose tissue in humans by use of open-flow microperfusion.
Operative intestinal microperfusion, postoperative intestinal mucosa oxygen metabolism, and plasma intestinal isoenzyme of alkaline phosphatase were used to determine gut function.
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Blindness, kidney insufficiency, and leg ischemia are the first comorbidities to appear because the associated organs are the most dependent on microperfusion for function.