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Section: Wounds

Assessing Tissue Oxygenation and Perfusion Using Non-Invasive Vascular Imaging Assessment

Jeffrey Lehrman, DPM, CPC

Jeffrey Lehrman, DPM discusses biomarkers assessed by non-invasive vascular, reticular dermis and papillary dermis oxygen exchange as well as distinguishing between microcirculation, small vessel circulation, and microcirculation. Dr Lehrman also compares and contrasts non-invasive vascular imaging modalities.

Goals and Objectives
  1. List three tissue biomarkers assessed by non-invasive vascular imaging
  2. Distinguish between the roles of the reticular dermis and papillary dermis in oxygen exchange
  3. Distinguish between marcocirculation, small vessel circulation, and microcirculation
  4. Compare and contrast non-invasive vascular imaging modalities
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    Jeffrey Lehrman Principal, Lehrman Consulting, LLC Consultant, American Podiatric Medical Association Consultant, Modulim

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