Forearm blood flow (FBF; Doppler and Echo ultrasound of the brachial artery) and deep venous forearm blood lactate and H+ concentration ([La-], [H+) were measured every minute for 10 min post-IHG under three conditions: passive (passive rest), active (rhythmic exercise at 10% maximum voluntary contraction), and massage (effleurage and petrissage).
What does FABF stand for?
FABF stands for Forearm Blood Flow (cardiovascular medicine)
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Ingestion of NOP-47 resulted in a 28% increase in artery dilation measured by ultrasound as well as a significant increase in peak forearm blood flow.
However, several studies have shown that there were no significant reductions in forearm blood flow 3 months after surgery at harvested arm.
Forearm blood flow was measured by venous occlusion strain gauge plethysmography (Hokanson).
The OHT reduced forearm blood flow by 79%, but only decrease leg blood flow by 50% regardless of condition and position applied to the thigh.
To measure the drug's effect on blood vessels directly without influencing the brain or heart, they administered two different doses of cocaine into the artery of the forearm and measured blood pressure, forearm blood flow, and forearm venous noradrenaline concentration in the same study participants on two different days.