European Society for Microcirculation

European Society for Microcirculation : 22nd Meeting, Exeter, Devon, August 2002: Abstracts. Supplement Issue: Journal of Vascular Research 2002, Vol. 39, Suppl. 1

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Containing abstracts of oral and poster presentations from the 22nd meeting of the European Society for Microcirculation, this volume addresses advances in cardiovascular medicine. It covers aspects of diabetes, hypertension, blood cell biology, pharmacology, angiogenesis and more

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  • Paperback | 100 pages
  • 208.3 x 279.4 x 2.5mm | 45.36g
  • S Karger Ag
  • Basel, Switzerland
  • English
  • 3805574738
  • 9783805574730

Table of contents

Poster presentation abstracts: cardiovascular disease; diabetes; endothelial dysfunction; hypertension; interstitium and lymphatics; ischaemia/reperfusion; methodology; oxidative stress; blood cell and blood vessel wall; clinical and pathophysiology; endothelial cell biology; endothelial vasodilators; pharmacology; inflammation; morphology; angiogenesis; control mechanisms; organ microcirculation; oedema and permeabibility; shock; smooth muscle cell biology; tumours; venous disease; vasoactive factors. Oral presentation abstracts: antioxidant interventions - why they sometimes work, why they sometimes fail; oxidative stress; interstitial/lymphatic interactions; diabetes and hypertension; new molecular technologies and the microcirculation; electrical signalling between cells of the artery wall - factors and fiction?; microvascular adaptation to physical forces; platelet/vessel wall interaction; renal microcirculation; physiological measurement of nitric oxide using electrochemical microsensors; Malpighi awardee; angiogenesis; vascular contractility; the pulmonary endothelium - regulator of lung vascular responses in health and disease; laser doppler flowmetry - standardization, calibration and standardized protocols for clinical more