reactive hyperaemia

reactive hyperaemia

A brief increase in blood flow following restoration of the blood supply to a part after occlusion.
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Reactive hyperaemia was induced by inflation of pneumatic cuff on the upper arm to 50 mm above systolic pressure followed by cuff deflation after 5 minutes.
In this study, PCOS women demonstrated decreased vascular response to reactive hyperaemia i.
Endothelium-dependent vasodilatation was semiautomatically calculated as a percent change in arterial diameter at the baseline and during postocclusive reactive hyperaemia.
Endothelium-dependent postocclusive reactive hyperaemia in the tested arm was induced by 5-minute ischemic test as described above.
19) percentage change Peripheral arterial tonometry Reactive hyperaemia index 1.
13 If the whole brain becomes hypoxic, increased build-up of metabolic waste products can cause widespread reactive hyperaemia and increased CBF, leading to a rise in ICP and secondary damage.
8) Bone scan shows decreased uptake of the isotope over the anterosuperior region of the femoral head and is surrounded by an area of increased uptake due to reactive hyperaemia, forming a cold in hotspots, this is pathognomonic to AVN and is never seen in TOH.
The influence of local skin heating and reactive hyperaemia on skin blood flow abnormalities in patients with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD).
At that time the LDF signal increased and a reactive hyperaemia (RH) response occurred in most patients.
After 30 min, when the patient was turned laterally, a transient overshoot of blood flow due to a reactive hyperaemia (RH) response followed in most patients.
To assess variation in cardiovascular response through reactive hyperaemia (RH) where RH = (peak blood flow-resting blood flow)/resting blood flow.
Comparing the lipid profile to endothelin-1 and reactive hyperaemia in apparently/clinically healthy subjects.

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