skin blood flow


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skin blood flow

blood flow through dermal vessels (see dermal plexus); inferred from normality of skin appearance, temperature and texture; identified quantitatively by e.g. Doppler flowmetry, and imaging modalities (capilllaroscopy, spectrophotometry, thermography, plethysmography and transcutaneous blood gas monitoring)
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Attenuated skin blood flow response to nociceptive stimulation of latent myofascial trigger points.
Millet C, Roustit M, Blaise S, Cracowski JL (2011) Comparison between laser speckle contrast imaging and laser Doppler imaging to assess skin blood flow in humans.
Personalized guidance on wheelchair usage relies on the ability to determine whether a given tilt and recline setting will result in skin blood flow increase for individual wheelchair users with SCI.
The results received with this technique indicate that a) without an elastic thigh bandage, turnover rates of capillary and post-capillary microperfusion in skin and subcutaneous fat tissue increase under physical exertion, b) skin blood flow decreases while subcutaneous blood flow remained constant in the subsequent recovery phase.
Right now, we don't fully understand all the interactions that control skin blood flow during heat stress in healthy young people," says study coauthor Brett Wong, a doctoral student in the Department of Human Physiology at the University of Oregon in Eugene.
The pain is accompanied by edema, skin blood flow abnormality, or abnormal sudomotor activity.
Microvascular skin blood flow following the ingestion of 75 g glucose in healthy individuals.
Table 2 includes six studies that investigated the influence of pressure on skin blood flow.
Occasional relief of pressure was in most patients followed by temporary increase in skin blood flow with concomitant temperature increase.
Laser Doppler Flowmetry II-8 A Pioneering Technique in Blood Flow Measurement II-8 Variety of Applications II-8 Organs Other Than Skin in Which Tissue Capillary Blood Flow has been Studied by Laser Doppler Flowmetry II-8 Clinical Uses for Laser Doppler Flowmetry II-9 Skin Blood Flow II-9 Anesthesia II-9 Burns II-9 Angiology and Vascular Surgery II-9 General Medicine II-9 Dermatology II-9 Rehabilitation II-9 Occupational medicine II-9 Pharmacology II-9 Blood flow in other organs II-9 Gastroenterology II-9 General surgery II-10 Gynecology II-10 Plastic surgery II-10 Theory of Laser Doppler Flowmetry II-10 The Methodology II-10 Mechanism II-11 Laser Light Source and Probe II-11 Photodetectors II-12
found a large increase in skin blood flow induced by the release of NO during ES in humans [37].