Accession Number : AD0647559
Title : THE DISTRIBUTION OF BLOOD FLOW IN HUMAN SKIN.
Descriptive Note : Progress rept.,
Corporate Author : STANFORD UNIV CALIF DEPT OF PHYSIOLOGY
Personal Author(s) : Crismon,J. M.
Report Date : 01 SEP 1966
Pagination or Media Count : 56
Abstract : Contents: Design, Performance Analysis and Calibration Problems of a Light-weight Capacitance Gauge for Forearm Volume Plethysmography; A Constant-current, Voltage-regulated Control, Calibration and Measuring Circuit for Waggoner's High-impedance Elastic Force Gauge; Procedures and Equipment for Measurement of Trans-cutaneous Flux of Helium and Rates of Sweating at Varying Levels of Skin Blood Flow; Clearance of I-131 and Na-22 from Skin in the Presence of Plasma Albumin; The Role of Lymphatics in the clearance of I-131 from Skin Assessed from Clearance Rates of Radio-iodinated Human Serum Albumin; Helium Flux through the Skin of Subjects at 25 plus or minus 2C, with and without Locally-induced Sweating by means of Mecholyl and Pilocarpine Nitrate Iontophoresis; The Effects of General Body Warming, Cooling Posture and Exercise upon Helium Flux through Forearm Skin and upon Total Forearm Blood Flow. (Author)
Descriptors : (*BLOOD CIRCULATION, *SKIN(ANATOMY)), CAPACITANCE, ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY, INSTRUMENTATION, CALIBRATION, MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, VOLTAGE REGULATORS, CIRCUITS, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, LYMPH, RESPIRATION, HELIUM, OXYGEN, SEMIPERMEABILITY, PERSPIRATION, SERUM ALBUMIN
Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE