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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Pv-aCO[sub]2, which reflects adequate systemic blood flow, can be used to monitor and guide flow instead.[2] Some studies have revealed that Pv-aCO[sub]2 can reflect microcirculatory alterations in septic shock but did not correlate with CO.[3] Whether Pv-aCO[sub]2 reflects macro- or micro-circulation, more targets should be used to confirm blood flow through critical care ultrasonography or OPS/SDF imaging, such as left ventricular outflow tract velocity time integral (LVOT-VTI), perfused vessel density, proportion of perfused vessels (PPV), microvascular flow index, or even with other advanced critical hemodynamic monitoring technology.
Wu, "Empirical analysis of the traffic Micro-circulation organization in heavy traffic networks," Journal of Transportation Systems Engineering and Information Technology, vol.
IVIM MRI is a powerful feature of diffusion MRI allowing the non-invasive of evaluation blood micro-circulation in tissues without the use of contrast agents.
The cooling metal massager promotes lymphatic drainage, caffeine detoxes the skin tissues, menthol cools and stimulates micro-circulation and wild shitake extract helps firm and tone.
This mode of operation is designed to create a "micro-circulation" effect, a massage-like process within the tissues and blood vessels of the impacted medium, increasing the blood flow to significantly increase the healing rate.
It took Leslie 5 years and lots of formulators and clinical studies (one clinical trial and 3 independent consumer perception studies) until the state-of-the-art ingredients powered by a unique delivery system that allows to penetrate skin more effectively and boost micro-circulation has finally met her expectations.
It is a life threatening surgical emergency characterized by rapidly spreading necrosis of the subcutaneous fat and fascia with thrombosis of cutaneous micro-circulation. [2-3] Although the syndrome of necrotizing fasciitis was originally described by Pare in sixteenth century, the term necrotizing fasciitis was first used by Wilson in 1952.