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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The observed improvement in the relaxation properties of the heart are most probably secondary to the improvement in blood perfusion to ischemic territories of the heart muscle which is known to be the effect of the Reducer.
What's exciting about this is that the technology can actually see through the wrist of the bearer, which means that the watch can use the owner's tendons, arteries and even blood perfusion pattern as a unique "ID" to keep the Apple Watch data and functions safe.
Due to an algorithm-run sensor technology which enables a safe and accurate computer-controlled aortic occlusion, Neurescuetm is a portable medical device that, Not only increases the blood perfusion pressure necessary for vital organs preservation (i.e.
One month after discharge, the patient received a CT myocardial perfusion scintigraphy, which showed that blood perfusion of the left ventricular lateral wall was significantly decreased after adenosine triphosphate load and that the value of myocardial blood flow (MBF) was 52.74 ml/100 ml per minute [Figure 1]g and [Figure 1]h.
The unstable contrast concentration in tissues has been a major problem in blood perfusion evaluation of CEUS.
In euthanized animals, the blood volume available for perfusion is smaller, as animals are not stunned and exsanguinated, rendering autologous blood perfusion difficult to achieve.
ASL signals may vary in intensity due to this variety of transit times even when they provide the same blood perfusion. In order to reduce the sensitivity of CBF quantification to transit time, Alsop and Detre introduced the idea of a postlabelling delay (PLD) [40] to allow the tagged bolus to reach the imaging plane.
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.
Based on the above understanding, blood perfusion in ST 36 might be as a potential index to evaluate stomach functional activity after stimulation.