A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of the Pressure-induced Vasodilation Phenomenon and its Role in the Pathophysiology of Ulcers'.

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Summary of "A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of the Pressure-induced Vasodilation Phenomenon and its Role in the Pathophysiology of Ulcers'."

Physiological studies show that tissue perfusion increases during moderate amounts of tissue compression. This is attributed to sensory nerves initiating a vasodilatory cascade referred to as "pressure-induced vasodilation" (PIV).


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