What is Microcirculation ?
Microcirculation is the circulation of the blood in the smallest blood vessels, present in the vasculature embedded within organ tissues. This contrasts with macrocirculation, which is the circulation of blood to and from the organs. Microcirculation is composed of terminal arterioles, capillaries capillaries and venules which drain capillary blood. The vessels on the arterial side of the microcirculation are called the arterioles, which are well innervated, are surrounded by smooth muscle cells, and are 10-100 µm in diameter.
Microcirculation is usually very smooth, but by high blood lipids, blood viscosity, erythrocyte aggregation, affect cardiovascular disease and other factors.
Once the blood vessels become thin, distorted and clog the blood vessels (especially the elderly), there will be a corresponding disease, ranging from dizziness, insomnia, dizziness, numb lips, palpitation, chest tightness. If there is a large area of the brain or heart blockage will cause hemiplegia, language barriers, myocardial infarction. Therefore, early detection of thrombosis should check the microcirculation by actively antithrombotic thrombolysis, and clear the microcirculation.