Henning Brümmer

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In an experimental study on rats and sheep we demonstrated by means of light reflexion rheography and laser doppler fluxmetry that manual lymphatic drainage therapy causes vessel narrowing followed by increased blood flow in the arterioles, capillaries and venulae of the skin as well as in peripheral arteries and an increased lymph flow in lymphatic(More)
Polyethylene bags as a container material are flexible and elastic enough to follow the shrinkage of monomers during the polymerization process, since the main cause of bubble building in the polymerization material is the shrinkage of the monomer methacrylic acid methylester. The polymerization time in polyethylene containers is shorter (3-5 days) than in(More)
The photoproduction of prompt photons, together with an accompanying jet, has been studied in ep collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 318 GeV with the ZEUS detector at HERA using an integrated luminosity of 77 pb. Cross sections were measured for the transverse energy of the photon and the jet larger than 5 and 6 GeV, respectively. The differential(More)
The ZEUS detector has been used to study dissociation of virtual photons in events with a leading proton, γp → Xp, in ep collisions at HERA. The data cover photon virtualities in two ranges, 0.03 < Q < 0.60 GeV and 2 < Q < 100 GeV, withMX > 1.5 GeV, where MX is the mass of the hadronic final state, X. Events were required to have a leading proton, detected(More)
The project CordiAAL purposes the goal of developing a training system for patients with cardiovascular diseases. The first aim is to reduce the anxiety of overexertion by using a continuous monitoring of vital parameters and the second is to increase the patients’ motivation according to a moderate physical activity by the virtual environment of the(More)
In the lymphangiomotor system, during manual lymph drainage (ML) there is an increase of lymphatic pressure, a decrease of the amplitude and an increase in frequency and hypertensive lymph stasis in too intensive ML. In the interstitial fluid, the pressure is always negative under physiological conditions and becomes positive when increased proteins are(More)
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