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microcirculation test in healthy children and in childhood rheumatic diseases

microcirculation test in healthy children and in childhood rheumatic diseases: a prospective single blind observational study Free

Abstract

Objectives: To develop an objective method of nailfold capillaroscopy (NFC), applicable to a wide age range of paediatric patients. To compare the morphological characteristics of the nailfold capillaries in different rheumatology patient groups and controls.

Methods: A colour digital video camera attached to a stereomicroscope was used to capture nailfold capillary images. Computerised image processing was used to analyse and store data. Subsequent quantitative and qualitative morphological analysis was performed in the following paediatric patient and control groups: 18 children with connective tissue diseases (CTD: juvenile dermatomyositis, systemic sclerosis, and undifferentiated connective tissue disease), eight with systemic lupus erythematosus, nine with primary Raynaud’s disease, three with primary vasculitis, 15 with juvenile idiopathic arthritis, 17 healthy children and 20 healthy adults. Images were analysed by a single assessor who was unaware of the patient details.

Results: The NFC technique was simple to perform and gave reproducible results, although some intra- and intersubject variation was noted. Capillary density and width was age related, with younger children having fewer and wider capillaries than older children and adults. Linear capillary density was significantly higher in healthy adults (mean (SD) 8.6 (1.6) capillaries/mm) compared with healthy children (HC 6.9 (0.9) capillaries/mm). The group with CTD had the most abnormal findings, with lower linear density (4.9 (1.7) capillaries/mm) and increased capillary loop width (10.7 (7.3) mm) compared with HC (3.5 (1.7) mm). In addition, 11/18 (61%) patients in the CTD group had more than two definitely abnormal capillaries in at least two nailfolds, an abnormality not seen in other subjects. Two qualitative measures, the degree of avascularity and general disarrangement of capillary pattern, were more commonly observed in the CTD group than in HC. The proportion of tortuous capillaries did not differ significantly between study groups.

Conclusions: This study is unique in measuring objective quantitative and qualitative parameters of the nailfold vasculature across a wide spectrum of age and disease. Differences in capillary morphology and frequency in children with CTD compared with other paediatric diseases and healthy controls were demonstrated. In the clinical situation, an assessment of the general degree of disarrangement may offer a fast tool for assessment of the nailfold vasculature which correlates well with NFC data.

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How to read microcirculation test’s Microcirculation?

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Capillary’s shape
Blood Flow Pattern and
Capillary’s Morphology.

(1) Capillary’s shape :

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Short capillary – Improper peripheral blood supply, related to atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, ischemic disease, diabetes etc

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Thin Capillary – Inadequate peripheral blood supply, hypertension, atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, ischemic disease, diabetes mellitus etc.

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Tense-based capillary – Vasospasm, poor blood regurgitation in vein, often is found in hypertension, atherosclerosis, headache etc.

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Diastolic capillary – Fatigue, abnormal regulation of autonomic nervous system, high blood viscosity, hyperlipidemia etc.

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Congestion-based capillary – Lupus erythematosus, Raynaud’s phenomenon, systemic sclerosis, Pulmonary heart disease etc.

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Prolifeative-based capillary – Chronic ischemic disease, cancer etc.

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Malformed capillary – Cardio and cerebrovascular disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, connective tissue disease etc.

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Expansive venous plexus-based capillary – Senile pulmonary heart disease, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis etc.

(2) Blood Flow Pattern :

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The condition of erthrocyte aggregation is more severe when the grade becomes higher. In addition of white microthrombus, blood flow is gradually reduced. All of these conditions indicate increased blood viscosity and easier to get angina, antherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, diabetes millitus etc.

MicroCirculation Microscope Test Erythrocytes and White microthrombi:

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Erythrocytes mild aggregation : Blood flow is sludging and not smoothly.

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Erythrocytes moderate aggregation : The mass of erythrocytes become larger and tighter.

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Erythrocytes severe aggregation : Ten and above erthrocytes aggregate into big mass, blood cells and plasma separate.

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White microthrombi : Platelet aggregation or stick with white blood cells to form a mass.

(3) Capillary’s Morphology :

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Hemorrhage : The structure and function of capillary wall become impaired.

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Corrugated, Slightly corrugated, Flat : The normal shape of papillary is corrugated. Slightly corrugated or flat papillary indicates poor blood vessel dynamics and microcirculation.

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Sweat gland duct : When autonomic nervous system is imbalance, the sweat gland ducts become visible and sweating increase.

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microcirculation test Application Application:

1. nail wall distal microcirculation observation
2. cutaneous distal microcirculation observation
3. tongue microcirculation observation
4.the auricle distal microcirculation observation
5.lips microcirculation observation
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7.sweat glands observed
8.hair follicles observed
9.bamboo charcoal commodity microcirculation efficiency testing
10.far- infrared commodity microcirculation efficiency testing
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What is microcirculation test Features?

What is microcirculation test Features?
1 It is not a invaded method to inspect the blood micro-circulate situation for the body.
2 The blood micro-circulate inspect the health situation by view perspective.
3 It is a contact process. It can search the tip blood capillary position in 5 second. Easy operation (not traditional XY goods)
4 The micro-image is stable, clear and not move for contact process.
5 360 times, high definition lens for micro-circulate machine
6 Light frame and easy to carry
7 Portable light design(250g)
8 The lens can be exactly adjusted a focal distance to make the image clear
9 Lens with LED light, the light can throw straight on a target.
(1)Can be observed in 5 seconds microvascular circulation, simple operation, fast.
(2)Microscopic displays image stability, clear and not shake.
(3)3400 times of microcirculation for high resolution microscopy.
(4)Handheld ultra lightweight design, make observation more action.
(5)With micro focus wheel, can adjust the focal length, more convenience.
(6)Inner objective with LED cold light,can provide accurate projection illumination on the target.
(7)Using non-intrusive way, observing blood microcirculation status in a timely manner.
(8)Can observation microcirculation For any parts of body.

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