microvascular perfusion

microvascular perfusion

Blood flow and gas exchange in tissue beds fed by arteriolar and capillary-sized vessels.
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Using OPS, we assessed the sublingual microvascular perfusion of a patient with septic shock and acute kidney injury prior to, during and following CPFA.
On the first session, the sublingual microvascular perfusion was assessed using an OPS system (Cytoscan ARII, Cytometrics, Philadelphia, PA, USA) with a 5x objective, allowing a 167x magnification.
The primary efficacy endpoint is infarct size and key secondary measures include assessments of microvascular perfusion and cardiac function, as well as safety.
Favorable measures of cardiac biomarkers including reduced infarct size and improved microvascular perfusion were observed.
The fundamental role played by the microcirculation in regulating oxygen delivery supports the belief that alterations in microvascular perfusion are implicated in both organ dysfunction and multiple organ failure due to shock from a variety of aetiologies (3).
ReoPro has consistently demonstrated an ability to not only prevent blood clots, but also improve microvascular perfusion and myocardial blood flow, all of which enhance long-term clinical outcomes," said Dr.
gastric perfusion), which is important in view of the known heterogeneity in microvascular perfusion within the gastrointestinal tract.