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Cardiometric signs of performance of arteriovenous anastomosis in human cardiovascular system

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Abstract

The detected phenomena of shunting of blood from large arterial trunks into large venous vessels is considered herein. The Cardiocode device is capable of detailed visual interpreting of a change or a significant reduction of a rheographic wave of the ascending aorta. Such a visual interpretation demonstrates some portion of blood is bypassing from large vessels via opening anastomoses into the venous bed. Shown is a variety of sensations and states in patients with this phenomenon. Raised are several issues on future studies and further interpretation of the phenomenon and taking into account the given anatomical & physiological mechanism when assessing the patient’s clinical state and dynamics of the treatment and rehabilitation process.

Imprint

Vladimir A. Lukyanchenko. Cardiometric signs of performance of arteriovenous anastomosis in human cardiovascular system. Cardiometry; Issue 8; May 2016; p.22–25; DOI:10.12710/cardiometry.2016.8.2225 Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no8-may-2016/performance-of-arteriovenous-anastomosis

Keywords

Heart rate variability,  Arteriovenous anastomosis,  Shunting,  Organ failure,  Organopathy,  Blood circulation
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