A review of methods influencing to skin microcirculation

The condition of skin microcirculation is one of the relevant objectives which decision will provide significant progress in diagnostics and treatment skin aging. This article reviews modern methods of skin treatment in order to improve microcirculation condition. Non-invasive physical methods of diagnostics of microcirculation condition were analyzed. It is discussed a present-day view of human skin microcirculation specific features normally at a young age and during aging.

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Diagnostics of chronic disseminated intravascular coagulation in patients with injured spleen in late postoperative period

Examination of coagulation hemostasis in 70 patients undergone spleen injury as a result of closed intraabdominal injury was carried out. At least one year had passed away after surgical treatment. Age of examined patients ranged from 20 to 50 years with an average age of 45 ± 2 years. There were 50 male patients and 20 female patients, 50 of them underwent splenectomy and 20 – organ preservation surgery with using carbon dioxide laser. The comparison group included 30 relatively healthy people of both sexes of the same age. It was determined that carrying out organ preservation surgeries in spleen injuries prevent disseminated intravascular coagulation, whereas in patients underwent splenectomy the signs of this process were revealed without any clinical findings. It can therefore be said that these patients have chronic latent disseminated intravascular coagulation.

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