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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Such information may assist clinicians when determining if a patient has adequate blood perfusion to heal a wound or maintain healthy tissue.
The researchers looked at the blood concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids in a group of 166 participants and used single photon emission computed tomography, or SPECT, to measure the blood perfusion in their brains while they engaged in various cognitive activities.
The author's preliminary study suggested that Dahuang ( rheum officinale ) had a good protective effect on rat intestinal mucosal barrier in burns, hemorrhagic and LPS-induced shock by increasing blood perfusion of the gastrointestinal mucosa, scavenging free oxygen radicals (reactive oxygen species) in tissues and preventing translocation of intestinal bacteria and endotoxins.
Keywords: Microcirculation; Thermoregulation; Photoplethysmography; Blood pulsation; Blood perfusion
This will be achieved by means of both laser fluorescence spectra and lifetime fluorescence data analysis, supplemented with additional optical measurements (laser Doppler flowmetry, tissue reflectance spectroscopy) in order to correct the impact of affecting factors (changes in blood perfusion, blood volume, blood oxygenation).
The company's SPY imaging core technology provides anatomic and physiologic images during surgical procedures, enabling surgeons to capture, print, review and archive the flow of blood in vessels, micro-vessels and co-joined vessels; and blood perfusion in tissue and organs.
Conversely, the Organ Care System (OCS[TM]) is based on warm blood perfusion technology, which maintains an organ in a functioning state.
Objective: To evaluate the benefits of simultaneous aortic root and vein graft cold blood cardioplegia and continuous controlled warm blood perfusion through vein grafts during proximal aortocoronary anastomosis in conventional coronary artery bypass graft surgery in patients with multi-vessel coronary artery disease.
Any deficiency of either of these two retinal circulations could result in blood perfusion alterations in the retina which is linked to several retinal pathologies [6].
It provides a quantitative estimation of blood perfusion disturbance due to major branch vessel occlusion.
Conclusion: PCOS patients were shown to have more resistance in uterine blood flow than healthy people; however Cabergoline administration proved to increase uterine blood perfusion and regulate menstruation cycle.