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(Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation[TA])
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  • Effects of dance therapy on the selected hematological and rheological indicators in older women. [Journal Article]
  • CHClin Hemorheol Microcirc 2017 Mar 30
  • Filar-Mierzwa K, Marchewka A, … Teległów A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Dance therapy modulates selected hematological parameters of older women; it leads to increase in erythrocyte count and hematocrit level. Dance therapy is reflected by higher plasma viscosity. Concentrations of fibrinogen and glucose are not affected by the dance therapy in older women, suggesting maintenance of homeostasis. Those findings advocate implementation of dance therapy programs in older women.
  • Blood storage alters mechanical stress responses of erythrocytes. [Journal Article]
  • CHClin Hemorheol Microcirc 2017 Mar 04
  • Ugurel E, Kucuksumer Z, … Yalcin O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Impairment of erythrocyte deformability after storage may contribute to impairments in the recipient's microcirculation after blood transfusion. The period of the storage should be considered to prevent microcirculatory problems and insufficient oxygen delivery to the tissues.
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