Early microvascular changes in the preterm neonate: a comparative study of the human and guinea pig

@inproceedings{Dyson2014EarlyMC,
  title={Early microvascular changes in the preterm neonate: a comparative study of the human and guinea pig},
  author={Rebecca M Dyson and Hannah K Palliser and Anand R. Lakkundi and Koert de Waal and Joanna L. Latter and Vicki L Clifton and Ian Robert Wright},
  booktitle={Physiological reports},
  year={2014}
}
Dysfunction of the transition from fetal to neonatal circulatory systems may be a major contributor to poor outcome following preterm birth. Evidence exists in the human for both a period of low flow between 5 and 11 h and a later period of increased flow, suggesting a hypoperfusion-reperfusion cycle over the first 24 h following birth. Little is known about the regulation of peripheral blood flow during this time. The aim of this study was to conduct a comparative study between the human and… CONTINUE READING
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