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Measurement and analysis of the blood flow in peripheral vessels by ultrasound Doppler methods
Lepš, Milan ; Sedlář, Martin (referee) ; Vlk, Daniel (advisor)
Nowadays, the Doppler ultrasonography is an essential part in medicine. With it, we can observe acoustic showoff some tissue associated with Doppler measurement of blood flow parameters. It is still using Doppler devices with a continuous signal which are although structurally and technically simpler, but they are suitable for measuring the speed and volume of blood flow in peripheral blood vessels of the upper and lower limbs. There are calculated physiological parameters from the flow curves that are clinically used for assessing the state of blood supply to the body part. We can determine many values from the flow curves, like peripheral resistance, blood flow in systole and diastole, medium speed, etc. Study group of people are male and female students from 18 to 20 years. Doppler measurements have been performed before physical exercise and after physical exercise.

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