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The form of the pulse-wave : as studies in the carotid of the rabbit

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pulse

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    Statementby Charles S. Roy ; (from observations made in the Strassburg Physiological Institute)
    ContributionsRoyal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp[66]-81,1 double leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages811
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25907312M

    PROCEEDINGS VOLUME SPIE PHOTONICS EUROPE | APRIL Development of a FBG probe for non-invasive carotid pulse waveform assessment. C. Leitão; Load bearing studies of single DNA molecules and red blood cells using optical tweezers and Raman spectroscopy. The present invention relates to a method for detecting the onset of atherosclerosis and for detecting the degree of atherosclerosis. Accordingly, one aspect of the present invention correlates data obtained from arteries having a measured amount of stenosis with actual arterial data (blood volume change vs. cuff pressure) obtained from a patient which is converted into Cited by:


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Pulse-Wave Velocity. Pulse-wave velocity (PWV) is a measurement of arterial stiffness that is an independent predictor of cardiovascular risk.

It can be measured simply and noninvasively by measuring the carotid and femoral pulse pressures and the time delay between the two or by other methods relying on pulse-wave analysis. Objective: Aortic pulse wave velocity (aPWV) is a gold standard noninvasive marker of arterial stiffness.

aPWV is usually obtained as carotid-femoral pulse. The arterial pressure wave (which is what you see there) is a shockwave; it travels much faster than the actual blood which is ejected.

It represents the impulse of left ventricular contraction, conducted though the aortic valve and vessels along a fluid column (of blood), then up a catheter, then up another fluid column (of hard tubing) and finally into your Wheatstone bridge transducer.

“Structure and Function of Arteries”—is a topic of great importance to those who deal with arterial hypertension, since it links the source of flow, the left ventricle of the heart (whose output is pulsatile) to the peripheral tissues (whose flow is near continuous).Cited by: 2.

In subjects with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) undergoing hemodialysis, aortic pulse wave velocity (PWV) is increased independently of blood pressure level and. The goal of this study was to review the origin, clinical relevance and treatment of pulse pressure (PP).

Elevated PP is increasingly being recognized as a risk factor for cardiovascular, particularly coronary, disease. Pulse pressure is discussed in terms of both Windkessel and distributive models of the arterial circulation.

Pulse pressure arises from the Cited by: Full text of "Practical anatomy of the rabbit: an elementary laboratory textbook on mammalian anatomy" See other formats. Oxidised Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) Modification with Statin Therapy is Associated with Reduction in Carotid Stenosis, Carotid Artery Disease - From Bench to Bedside and Beyond, Rita Rezzani, IntechOpen, DOI: /Author: Elias Skopelitis, Dimitrios Levisianou, Helen Lydataki, SofoklisKougialis.

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Pulse wave analysis 1. ReviewS Pulse wave analysis Michael F. O'Rourke and David E. Gallagher Pulse wave analysis in historical times Interpretation of the rately in the radial or carotid artery, to synthesize the ascend- a;1erial pulse has been an important part of the medical ex- ing aortic pulse waveform, to identify systolic and diastolic amination from ancient.

Atherosclerosis and its consequences like acute myocardial infarction or stroke are highly prevalent in western countries, and the incidence of atherosclerosis is rapidly rising in developing countries. Atherosclerosis is a disease that progresses silently over several decades before it results in the aforementioned clinical consequences.

Therefore, there is a clinical need for Cited by:   Arterial structure and function in end‐stage renal disease Gérard M. London Epidemiological studies have shown that damage of large conduit arteries is a major contributing factor to morbidity and mortality Rudnichi A, Benetos A, London GM, Safar ME.

Creatinine clearance, pulse wave velocity, carotid compliance and essential Cited by: Aortic stenosis is most commonly caused by age-related progressive calcification (>50% of cases), with a mean age of 65 to 70 years. Another major cause of aortic stenosis is the calcification of a congenital bicuspid aortic valve (% of cases), typically presenting earlier (ages 40+ to 50+).

Acute rheumatic fever post-inflammatory is the cause of less than 10% of Causes: Bicuspid aortic valve, rheumatic fever. This chapter is relevant to Section G7(iii) of the CICM Primary Syllabus, which asks the exam candidate to "describe the invasive and non-invasive measurement of blood pressure, including limitations and potential sources of error".

It deals with the ways in which the shape of the arterial waveform can be correlated with the pathology affecting the cardiovascular system. The objective of this paper is to determine the feasibility of imaging cardiovascular wall motion coupled with blood flow in vivo. Normal (n=6) and infarcted (n=5) murine left ventricles, and normal (n=5) and aneurysmal (n=4) murine abdominal aortas, were imaged in longitudinal views with a MHz ultrasound by: Your heart rate, or pulse, is the number of times your heart beats per minute.

Normal heart rate varies from person to person. Knowing yours can be an important heart-health gauge. As you age, changes in the rate and regularity of your pulse can change and may signify a heart condition or other condition that needs to be addressed.

The lower incidence of cardiovascular diseases in pre-menopausal women compared to men is well-known documented. This protection has been largely attributed to the protective effect of estrogens, which exert many beneficial effects against arterial diseases, including vasodilatation, acceleration of healing in response to arterial injury, arterial collateral growth and.

Anniversary Paper: Evolution of ultrasound physics and the role of medical physicists and the AAPM and its journal in that evolution but with the limitation of range ambiguity, to pulse wave (PW) Doppler, which overcame the range ambiguity limitation with range gating Prostate brachytherapy is a form of radiation therapy in which about Cited by: Tests that measure arterial stiffness and velocity in the arteries, such as carotid-to-femoral pulse wave velocity or brachial-to-ankle pulse wave velocity can give an indication of how stiff the arteries are and how they are aging.

A high pulse wave velocity increases risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality from other causes. SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics By constraining the form of the velocity profile across the vessel radius, the three-dimensional Navier--Stokes equations are reduced to one-dimensional equations governing conservation of mass and momentum.

Modelling pulse wave propagation in the rabbit systemic Cited by: The Center for Cerebrovascular Research (CCR) is a core group of faculty and staff pursuing integrative and interdisciplinary studies of cerebrovascular disease, utilizing the tools of cell biology, animal models, human genetics, epidemiology and treatment outcomes research.

A rabbit model of bifurcation aneurysms may have advantages over the side-wall aneurysm model in the pig, used by Guglielmi et Al (a,b) 31, The haemodynamic patterns and the vessel dimensions are similar to those seen in human intracranial aneurysms (Kwan et Al ) Cited by: 1.

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to measure aortic pulse wave velocity (PWV), to. The effects of mechanical stress on the arterial wall have extensively been described during the past decades and have been applied to the understanding of hypertension.

However, in these studies Cited by: 3. Intracranial Pressure VII by Julian T. Hoff,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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There are alarming increases in the incidence of obesity, insulin resistance, type II diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. The risk of these diseases is significantly reduced by appropriate lifestyle modifications such as increased physical activity.

However, the exact mechanisms by which exercise influences the development and progression of cardiovascular disease are by: Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is a well-established therapy for the temporary substitution for the heart and/or lungs in patients with acute cardiac or pulmonary failure.

Recently, the development of portable systems has allowed for implementation of therapy outside of the intensive care units. ECMO can even be initiated in out-of-hospital situations to allow for Cited by: 1. Brachial-Artery Pulse Wave Velocity.

All subjects were evaluated for brachial-artery pulse wave velocity (ba PWV). Ba PWV was measured using a volumeplethysmographic apparatus (Form/ABI, Colin Co Ltd). Details of the methodology were as described elsewhere. 18,19 The subject was examined while resting in the supine position.

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Studies dating back to the late 19th century showed that altered blood flow and pressure typically result in changes in luminal radius and wall thickness [1,2], thus foreshadowing the need to quantify the mechanoregulation of arterial structure and : B.

Spronck, J. Humphrey. In summary, soft tissue strain and elasticity imaging is already a useful adjunct to real-time and Doppler ultrasonic scanning techniques. Moreover, it is the subject of intense contemporary research activity and can confidently be expected to become a powerful mainstream investigative by:   Miura M, Reis DJ () The role of the solitary and paramedian reticular nuclei in mediating cardiovascular reflex responses from carotid baro- and chemoreceptors.

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Too often this important discipline of engineering was acknowledged as a minorengineering curriculum within the fields of material engineering (bio-materials) or electronic engineering (bio-instrumentations). the first method that allowed quantification of baroreflex properties in humans was the ramp method, which involved rapid changes to blood pressure and was originally developed by Sleight and colleagues ().Pressor drugs were injected in a bolus or rapid infusion to induce a relatively linear “ramp” rise in blood pressure.

In the original technique, the systolic blood pressure of Cited by: Although the control vessel (native carotid) was grafted into the femoral artery, the calibre and flow rates of the femoral were found to be comparable to those in the carotid.

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11 As an example, an experimental model of rats with intracranially inoculated .Particularly, the presence of a carotid plaque with a diameter > 2,5 mm (p 0,) was associated with a higher prevalence of coronary artery disease.

Dimensions of carotid plaques were significantly correlated with the complexity of coronary artery disease calculated by Syntax score (p 0,).In conscious rabbits, removal of aortic and carotid baroreceptor nerves resulted in loss of control over the average level of SNA in response to changes in blood pressure.

However, the timing/entrainment of the bursts of SNA (relative to the arterial pulse wave) was by: