Blood perfusion

Blood perfusion

A physiological term that refers to the process of nutritive delivery of arterial blood to a capillary bed in the biological tissue.
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2) monitors blood perfusion parameters or accessories or related products (6 Unit)
This technology enables the development of one of the industry's first reflective optical sensor that continuous measures the pulse rate and blood oxygen saturation at various body sites, including some low blood perfusion sites as wrist and arm.
Eisai also presented a dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) analysis of human breast xenograft tumors in rats, which confirmed that eribulin improved blood perfusion in the core of tumor tissues ("tumor core").
When LDF registers the blood perfusion, photoplethysmography will monitor blood volume changes.
2 cm/sec in the high dose Pycnogenol group, indicative of insufficient blood perfusion of the ear in both groups.
The study clearly indicates Pycnogenol's ability to improve vascular function and restore cochlear blood perfusion, which in turn relieves the severity of tinnitus symptoms," said Dr.
Heat transfer in biological involves metabolic heat generation, conduction, convection, radiation and blood perfusion in human tissues.
PI is a measurement of blood perfusion through the tissues through which the pulse oximeter light is being transmitted.
SPY enables surgeons performing life saving transplants to visualize blood flow in co-joined vessels which are responsible for providing adequate blood supply and the quality of blood perfusion to the new organ.
We aimed to check the hypothesis that phytoestrogens and mycoestrogens, due to their ability to elicit cerebral vasodilation, can induce acute increases in brain blood perfusion.
On the other hand, we feel that this is unlikely, due to the observation that differences in blood perfusion and skin surface temperatures were noted among the groups between normal hands and hands with CRPS I.
It is a three-day course offered quarterly that covers Dose Management Tools, Cardiac Review, (SURE)Technologies and Cerebral Blood Perfusion.