Blood pressure, forearm skin blood flow, circulating lipid profiles, and blood glucose levels were recorded at the beginning and end of the study.
What does SBF stand for?
SBF stands for Skin Blood Flow
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Skin blood flow signals contain five periodic components [4-6].
RESULTS: Slight, but significant, changes in Total Sign Score and Laser Doppler Skin Blood Flow were found in the treatment group but not in the control group.
Current diagnostic criteria for CRPS include the occurrence of a noxious event or other cause of immobilization; continuing or disproportionate pain, allodynia, or hyperalgesia; and edema, changes in skin blood flow, or abnormal sweating in the region of pain.
Part of this difference is because the model's skin blood flow and sweat rate control equations were developed using core temperature measured in the esophagus that corresponds to arterial blood temperature rather than the more slowly responding rectal temperature.
Although the consequences of impaired heat loss are known, the complex networks that increase skin blood flow during heat stress are not well understood.
Ultimately the increase in skin blood flow will result in the failure to maintain adequate blood flow to the working muscles.