C maintained access blood flow
measurements between 1,200 and 1,700 mL/minute, which was measured every month as part of vascular access surveillance for a period of four months.
But in a different part of the brain, the link between neuron activity and blood flow
2] and/or attenuation of the pressor response, which induced by heat stress decrease ocular blood flow
during exhaustive exercise.
During therapeutic exercise, metabolic demand increases and therefore, blood flow
is increased to the exercising muscle to meet that demand.
in the heart at rest did not differ between smokers and nonsmokers.
Patients post stroke routinely have increased blood flow
However, the OHT has not been tested to determine its efficacy in the occlusion of arterial blood flow
when applied to either arms or legs of human subjects.
Right now, we don't fully understand all the interactions that control skin blood flow
during heat stress in healthy young people," says study coauthor Brett Wong, a doctoral student in the Department of Human Physiology at the University of Oregon in Eugene.
Ultimately the increase in skin blood flow
will result in the failure to maintain adequate blood flow
to the working muscles.
Other possible causes are smoking, which affects blood flow
in veins and arteries, and hormonal abnormalities, such as not enough testosterone.
Increased pulmonary blood flow
is the physiologic effect of the most common heart defects, such as patent ductus arteriosus (PDA), atrial septal defect (ASD), and ventricular septal defect (VSD).
The authors of this study compared bladder blood flow
during filling in 43 patients with and 30 patients without interstitial cystitis, using interval measures from an endoscopic laser Doppler flow probe during hydrodistention under either local or general anesthesia.