The first part considers the principles of developmental physiology and the pathophysiology of neonatal shock, the auto-regulation of vital and nonvital organ blood flow, and the controversies surrounding the definition of normal blood pressure in neonates, as well as the use of functional echocardiography, near-infrared spectroscopy, and advanced magnetic resonance imaging.
What does OBF stand for?
OBF stands for Organ Blood Flow (biology)
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The aim of such treatment is to maintain or restore circulating volume in order to preserve or improve organ blood flow and organ oxygen delivery (2).
Large fluctuations in blood pressure can reduce organ blood flow, potentially causing brain damage, kidney failure, and various other poor outcomes.
This work includes evidence that our proprietary compounds can limit paralysis in rodents following reduced blood flow to the spinal cord and that our compounds can help preserve organ blood flow following extreme blood loss in small animals.