• perfusion
  • The arteries supplying these beds were instrumented with an electromagnetic flow probe, a nonoccluding catheter, and an electromagnetic flow probe, a nonoccluding catheter, and an occluder cuff connected with a servo-amplifier, which enabled us to return perfusion pressure to control levels during infusion of the vasoconstrictor agents. (mcw.edu)
  • We attempted to differentiate between the increase in vascular resistance due to the direct effect of the vasoconstrictor agent and the increase induced by an autoregulatory response induced by elevations of aortic perfusion pressure. (mcw.edu)
  • blood
  • They contain vasoconstrictor components that reduce blood flow to the location of inflammation, thereby taking away the redness (and not only in the eyeballs, it's perfectly valid for subcutaneous capillaries as well). (ko-te.com)
  • One is at her home institution where she and Stephanie W. Watts are working together to identify whether a centrally-mediated reduction in sympathetic nerve activity contributes to the fall in blood pressure produced by a chronic administration of serotonin which is typically considered to be a vasoconstrictor agent. (physiologyinfo.org)