Microcirculation

The recogmuon recogmtIon of the microcirculation as an ideal interdisciplinary meeting place for the life sciences is really a postwar phenomenon. The European and the American Societies more than any other organizations launched the idea, and the success of the European Society's International Meetings gave impetus to a growth of interest from a handful of specialists to the wide interdisciplinary study which microcirculation now represents. The meeting held in Canada in June 1975 was, however, the first truly international meeting devoted to the microcirculation. It, too, was a success from every point of view, and the exchange of knowledge and new ideas was rewarding. It is our present hope that the tradition of European meetings with their characteristic European flavor will continue, but larded by larger, international congresses conceived on a worldwide basis. For the present conference we were fortunate in the presence of Dr. B. Zweifach. He was once referred to as the "father of the microcircula tion." This claim, unfortunately, I cannot accept. That honor probably belongs to Harvey, who by one of the most brilliant strokes of inductive reasoning in medical history inferred the existence of capillaries though he could not see them. Ben Zweifach's role was rather that of the midwife, presiding at the birth rather than the conception. The baby he delivered long years ago has since thriven lustily and its growth is in no small measure due to the continuing zeal of Zweifach and his associates.

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  • Author : John Grayson
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Pages : 420 pages
  • ISBN : 1461343348
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Microcirculation

Microcirculation
  • Author : John Grayson
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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The recogmuon recogmtIon of the microcirculation as an ideal interdisciplinary meeting place for the life sciences is really a postwar phenomenon. The European and the American Societies more than any other organizations launched the idea, and the success of the European Society's International Meetings gave impetus to a growth of interest from a handful of specialists to the wide interdisciplinary study which microcirculation now represents. The meeting held in Canada in June 1975 was, however, the first truly international meeting devoted

Microcirculation

Microcirculation
  • Author : Ronald F. Tuma,Walter N. Duran,Klaus Ley
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 28 April 2011
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This reference is a volume in the Handbook of Physiology, co-published with The American Physiological Society. Growth in knowledge about the microcirculation has been explosive with the field becoming fragmented into numerous subdisciplines and subspecialties. This volume pulls all of the critical information into one volume. Meticulously edited and reviewed. Benefit: Provides investigators a unique tool to explore the significance of their findings in the context of other aspects of the microcirculation. In this way, the updated edition has a

Organ Microcirculation

Organ Microcirculation
  • Author : H. Ishii,M. Suematsu,K. Tanishita,H. Suzuki
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 16 March 2006
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The concept of microcirculation means not only the assembly of small vessels-those of less than 100 um in diameter, but also its functional circulatory and metabolic units. Its principal function is to permit the transfer of substances between the tissues and the circulation, making it a fundamental factor in disease processes, including the spread of cancer, delayed healing, circulatory shock, and complications of diabetes . Organ Microcirculation: A Gateway to Diagnostic and Therapeutic Interventions covers the latest developments in nano-biotechnology for microvascular

Microcirculation of Blood 101

Microcirculation of Blood 101
  • Author : Carl Peter Simons
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 19 September 2020
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Microcirculation of blood is the circulation of blood in the smallest of blood vessels, those embedded in the organ tissues. While these are not the first avenues of thought when we consider circulation, they are vital to human health and to the function of the body. Without Microcirculation, our organs would fail, carbon dioxide removal would be reduced and the body would cease to function as it is meant to. This type of blood movement also directly impacts blood pressure

An Introduction to Microcirculation

An Introduction to Microcirculation
  • Author : M.P. Wiedeman
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 December 2012
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An Introduction to Microcirculation is written in response to the need for a book containing the most basic information about microcirculation. The book aims to consolidate information gained from the numerous vascular beds that have been used for in vivo microscopic observations, to note the similarities and differences in architecture and function, to reveal the origin of certain terms and concepts, and to discuss hemodynamics of the micro vessels. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 covers a historical

The Physiology and Pharmacology of the Microcirculation

The Physiology and Pharmacology of the Microcirculation
  • Author : Nicholas A. Mortillaro
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 22 October 2013
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The Physiology and Pharmacology of the Microcirculation, Volume 2, discusses the microcirculatory function of specific organ systems. The first volume of The Physiology and Pharmacology of the Microcirculation presented some general aspects of microcirculatory function and then concentrated on the microcirculation of a specific organ system, namely, brain, eye, heart, and kidneys. This second and final volume continues the presentation of microcirculatory function of specific organ systems. The book begins with a chapter on the microcirculation of the lungs, with a

Microcirculation

Microcirculation
  • Author : John Grayson
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 13 October 2011
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The recogmtIon of the microcirculation as an ideal interdisciplinary meeting place for the life sciences is really a postwar phenomenon. The European and the American Societies more than any other organizations launched the idea, and the success of the European Society's International Meetings gave impetus to a growth of interest from a handful of specialists to the wide interdisciplinary study which microcirculation now represents. The meeting held in Canada in June 1975 was, however, the first truly international meeting devoted to

Basic and Clinical Understanding of Microcirculation

Basic and Clinical Understanding of Microcirculation
  • Author : Kaneez Fatima Shad,Nazar Luqman,Seyed Soheil Saeedi Saravi
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 22 July 2020
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Microcirculation is key to providing enough nutrition and oxygen from head to toe. This is possible only through an extensive network of blood vessels spread around the body. Effect of microcirculation abnormalities stretch beyond one’s comprehension. The effects could be felt at any age, from the foetal life to the adulthood. The chapters present in this book describe how these abnormalities could lead to diseases such as atherosclerosis, thrombosis, diabetes, hypertension. Disorders of microcirculation could be related to the

Microcirculation

Microcirculation
  • Author : Richard Effros
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 December 2012
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Microcirculation: Current Physiologic, Medical, and Surgical Concepts is based primarily on a course and a series of lectures presented at a congress on microcirculation held at the University of California in August 1979. The book gives an overview of the concepts regarding the structure and properties of small vessels, a topic mostly read only in specialized journals. The primary focus of the text is on the function and dysfunction of small blood vessels. Three major parts comprise the text. Part I

Inflammation and the Microcirculation

Inflammation and the Microcirculation
  • Author : D. Neil Granger,Elena Senchenkova
  • Publisher : Morgan & Claypool Publishers
  • Release : 19 January 2022
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The microcirculation is highly responsive to, and a vital participant in, the inflammatory response. All segments of the microvasculature (arterioles, capillaries, and venules) exhibit characteristic phenotypic changes during inflammation that appear to be directed toward enhancing the delivery of inflammatory cells to the injured/infected tissue, isolating the region from healthy tissue and the systemic circulation, and setting the stage for tissue repair and regeneration. The best characterized responses of the microcirculation to inflammation include impaired vasomotor function, reduced capillary

Physical Vascular Therapy - The Next Generation Of Medicine?

Physical Vascular Therapy - The Next Generation Of Medicine?
  • Author : Peter Carl Simons
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 19 September 2020
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When we think of the circulatory system, we often picture the large arteries running to and from the heart. Yet what most of us don't consider is the microcirculation that also takes place inside the body. Microcirculation is the movement of blood through the smallest vessels; the Arterioles, the capillaries, and the venules. These tiny veins serve a huge purpose by delivering oxygen and nutrients to every part of the human body, yet they are easily susceptible to damage or

Microcirculation in Circulatory Disorders

Microcirculation in Circulatory Disorders
  • Author : Hisao Manabe,Benjamin W. Zweifach,Konrad Messmer
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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This book presents recent progress in microvascular disorders including cerebral, myocardial and peripheral tissue ischemia, multiple organ failure and gastroenterological disorders. Knowledge of microcirculation is essential in order to understand thoroughly the mechanism of organ disorders. This book successfully elucidates the pathophysiologic significance of microcirculation in ischemia and other diseases. It is useful for basic researchers and clinicians who are interested in the early diagnosis and prevention of cardiovascular diseases as well as in the mechanism of circulatory disorders.

Clinically Applied Microcirculation Research

Clinically Applied Microcirculation Research
  • Author : John H. Barker,Gary L. Anderson,Michael D. Menger
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 04 June 2019
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First published in 1995: Clinically Applied Microcirculation Research combines state-of-the-art microcirculation technology with present and potential applications in clinical medicine. This comprehensive guide unites the expertise of clinicians and basic researchers from around the world. Many of the chapters are authored by scientist/physician teams. The book provides a broad overview of how microcirculation is involved in clinical research. This is also a valuable reference source for both the history of and latest developments in microcirculation research.

Microcirculation as Related to Shock

Microcirculation as Related to Shock
  • Author : David Shepro
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 December 2012
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Microcirculation as Related to Shock contains the proceedings of the 1967 Conference on the Microcirculation as Related to Shock held at Boston University. Contributors address reduced blood flow in the microcirculation and microcirculatory hypoperfusion as the focal point of shock. They also review significant progress in shock research, basic cardiovascular physiology, and cognate interdisciplinary fields. This volume is organized into four sections encompassing 26 chapters and begins with an overview of organs and systems involved in shock, including splanchnic circulation, regulatory mechanisms

Microvascular Mechanics

Microvascular Mechanics
  • Author : Jen-Shih Lee,Thomas C. Skalak
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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. . . we do not know a truth without knowing its cause. Aristotle Perhaps the greatest hope that may be entertained for a scientific work, whether experimental or theoretical, is that it leads to new thoughts and new avenues of investigation on the part of its readers. In microvascular mechanics, the interplay of rheology, anatomy, and cellular and organ function has only just begun to be addressed. To understand the operational behavior of microcirculation, there is a need to integrate studies at