CORRELATION PECULARITIES OF MICROCIRCULATION FLOW DISORDER AND PERIPHERAL HEMODYNAMICS IN CHILDREN WITH RESPONSIVE ARTHROPATHIAJournal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Research(JC&EMR) (Vol.1, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2013-04-15
Authors : Kryvoshey A. V.;
Page : 58-63
Keywords : responsive arthropahia; microcirculation; peripheral hemodynamics;
The aim of the article is devoted to study microcirculation flow disorder and peripheral hemodynamics in children, who have responsive arthropathia. There were given data concerning peculiarities and correlations between microcirculation and peripheral hemodynamics under responsive arthropathia in children. Microcirculation functional changes were pointed out. These changes dealt with influence on both flow distribution components and exchanging, draining components. It was pointed that hemodynamics disorders in proximal area of the hurt joint had compensatory character, while the distal area obtained decompensatory character. There was direct correlation among responsive arthropathia disease severity, ill person age, microcirculation flow disorder level and peripheral hemodynamics. Thus, disease severity worsening and age increasing leaded to severity of microcirculation and hemodynamics disorders.
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