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1a. Mayrovitz HN, Larnard D, Duda G. (1981) Blood velocity measurement in human conjunctival vessels. Cardiovascular Diseases 1981;8:509-526

1. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1992) Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on skin microvascular blood perfusion.  Wounds 4:197-202

2. Mayrovitz HN, Regan MB, Larsen PB (1993) Effects of rhythmically alternating and static pressure support surfaces on skin microvascular perfusion.
    Wounds 5:47-55

3. Mayrovitz HN, Regan MB (1993) Gender differences in facial skin blood perfusion during basal and heated conditions determined by laser Doppler
  fluxmetry. Microvascular Research 45:211-218

4. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1994) Periwound skin microcirculation of venous leg ulcers. Microvascular Research 48:114-123

5. Mayrovitz HN, (1994) Assessment of the microcirculation: Laser Doppler and transcutaneous oxygen. Journal of Vascular Technology 18:269-275

6. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1994) Leg blood flow in patients with venous ulcers: Relationship to site and ulcer area. Wounds 6:195-200

7. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1994) Standard and near-surface laser-Doppler perfusion in foot dorsum skin of diabetic and nondiabetic subjects with and
  without coexisting peripheral arterial disease. Microvascular Research 48:338-348


1995
8. Regan MB, Byers P, Mayrovitz HN (1995) A comprehensive skin care and pressure ulcer prevention programme. Implementation and evaluation of efficacy
  and cost-effectiveness in an extended care facility. Advances in Wound Care 8(3):49-55

9. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1995) A preliminary study to evaluate the effect of pulsed radio frequency field treatment on lower extremity peri-ulcer
   skin microcirculation of diabetic patients
. Wounds 7:90-93


1996

10. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1996) Pulsatile blood flow indices in lower extremity arterial disease: Leg only compared with leg and cardiac parameters.
      Vascular Surgery 30:337-344

11. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1996) Functional microcirculatory impairment: A possible source of reduced skin oxygen tension in human diabetes mellitus.
     MicrovascularResearch 52:115-126

12. Mayrovitz HN, Carta S (1996) Laser-Doppler imaging assessment of skin hyperemia as an indicator of trauma.   Advances in Wound Care 9:38-42

13. Mayrovitz HN, Delgado M (1996) Effect of sustained regional compression on lower extremity skin microcirculation. Wounds.8(4):111-117

14. Mayrovitz HN, Larsen PB (1996) Pulsatile blood flow asymmetry in human legs. Clinical Physiology. 16:495-505

15. Mayrovitz HN, Delgado M.( 1996) Effect of compression bandaging on lower extremity skin microcirculation. Wounds 8:200-207


1997-1998

16. Mayrovitz HN , Larsen PB(1997) Effects of compression bandaging on leg pulsastile blood flow.  Clinical Physiology 17:105-117

17. Mayrovitz HN. (1997) Shape and area measurement considerations in the assessment of diabetic plantar ulcers. Wounds 9:21-28

18. Mayrovitz HN(1998) Compression-Induced Pulsatile Blood Flow Changes in Human Legs. Clinical Physiology. 18:117-124

19. Mayrovitz HN, Delgado M,  Smith J. (1997) Compression bandaging effects on lower extremity peripheral and sub-bandange skin blood perfusion.
      Wounds 1997, 9(5)146-152.

20. Mayrovitz, HN., Smith, J., Regan, M.B. (1997) Heel blood perfusion responses to pressure loading and unloading in women.
      Ostomy/Wound Management 43(7):16-26.

21. Mayrovitz, HN., Smith, J., Ingram, C. (1997) Geometric, shape and area measurement consideration of diabetic neuropathic plantar ulcers.
      Ostomy/Wound Management43(9):58-64.

22. Mayrovitz, HN., Smith J., Delgado, M. (1997) Variability in skin microvascular vasodilatory responses assessed by laser-Doppler imaging.
      Ostomy/Wound Management. 43(9): 66-74.

23. Mayrovitz, HN. (1998) Posturally induced lower extremity vasoconstrictive responses: Relationship to standing duration and leg bioimpedance and blood
  volume changes. Clinical Physiology:18 (3) 234-242.

24. Mayrovitz, HN (1998) Simultaneous changes in leg arterial pulsatile blood flow and toe laser-Doppler perfusion accompanying graded thigh
    compression. Vascular Surgery. 32:329-338

25. Mayrovitz HN (1998) Assessment of Human Microvascular Function. In: Analysis of Cardiovascular Function. Springer,  New York, ed. Drzewiecki G. and Li
      J.; Chapter 16 pp. 248-273.

26. Mayrovitz HN, Smith J (1998) Heel-skin microvascular blood perfusion responses to sustained pressure loading and unloading. Microcirculation 5:227-233

27. Mayrovitz HN, Smith J, Ingram C. (1998) Comparsions on venous and diabetic plantar ulcer shape and area. Advances in Wound Care. 11(4):176-183


1999
28. Mayrovitz HN, Smith J. (1999). Adaptive skin blood flow increases during hip-down lying in elderly women. Advances in Wound Care 12:295-301

29. Mayrovitz HN, Smith J. (1999) Blood perfusion hyperaemia in response to graded loading of human heels assessed by laser-Doppler imaging.
      Clinical Physiology 1999;19:351-359.

30. McCraty R, Atkinson M, Tomisino D, Goelitz J, Mayrovitz HN (1999). The impact of an emotional self-management skills course on  psychosocial
  functioning and autonomic recovery to stress in middle school children. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science. 34:246-268


2000-2001
31. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N, Macdonald J (2000) Assessment of limb volume by manual and automated measurement in patients with edema or lymphedema
       Advances in Wound Care 2000;113:272-276

32.  Byers P, Carta C & Mayrovitz HN (2000) Pressure ulcer considerations in surgical patients. Advances in Skin and Wound Care 2000;13:115-121

33. Mayrovitz HN, Groseclose EE, Markov M, Pilla MM. (2001) Effects of permanent magnets on resting skin blood perfusion in healthy persons assessed by
  laser-Doppler flowmetry and imaging. Bioelectromagnetics 2001;22:494-502
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34. Mayrovitz HN, Leedham J. (2001) Laser-Doppler Imaging of Forearm Skin: Perfusion Features and Dependence of the Biological Zero on Heat-Induced
  Hyperemia. Microvasc Res 2001;62:74-78

35. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N. (2001) Biophysical assessments of the effects of water vs. synthetic urine on skin. Advances in Wound Care 2001;14:302-308


2002
36. Mayrovitz HN, Groseclose EE, Sims N. (2002). Assessment of the short-term effects of a permanent magnet on normal skin blood circulation via
    laser-Doppler flowmetry
. Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine 2002;6:9-12

37.   Mayrovitz HN and Groseclose EE. (2002) Neurovascular responses to sequential deep inspirations assessed via laser-Doppler perfusion changes in
  dorsal finger skin. Clinical Physiology 2002;22:49-54

38.  Mayrovitz HN (2002) Effects of different cyclic pressurization-relief patterns on heel skin blood perfusion
        Advances in Skin and Wound Care 2002;15(4):158-164

39.  Mayrovitz HN, Sims N, Macdonald JM. (2002) Effects of Pulsed Radio Frequency Diathermy on Postmastectomy Arm Lymphedema and Skin
  Blood Flow: A Pilot Investigation. Lymphology 2002;35(suppl):353-356

40. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N, Taylor MC. (2002). Sacral skin blood perfusion: A factor in pressure ulcers?  Ostomy/Wound   Management 2002;48:34-42

41. Mayrovitz HN, Groseclose EE.  (2002) Inspiration induced vascular responses in finger dorsum skin. Microvascular Research. 2002;63:227-232


2003
41. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N., Taylor M, Dribin L (2003) Effects of support surface relief pressures on heel skin blood perfusion.
      Adv Skin Wound Care 2003;16:141-145

42. Macdonald JM, Sims N, Mayroviz HN (2003) Lymphedema, Lipedema and the Open Wound: The Role of Compression Therapy.
       Surgical Clinics of North America, 2003;83:639-658

43.  Mayrovitz HN, Sims N (2003)  Effects of Ankle-to-Knee External Pressures on Skin Blood Perfusion in the Compressed Leg and
  Non-Compressed Foot.  Adv Skin Wound Care 2003;16:198-202

44. Mayrovitz HN. (2003)Limb volume estimates based on limb elliptical vs. circular cross section models. Lymphology 2003;31(3):140-143
 

45. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N, Dribin L. (2003) Heel skin hyperemia: Direct compression vs. vascular occlusion. Clin Physiol Funct Imaging 2003;23:354-359


2004
46. Mayrovitz HN (2004) Electromagnetic linkages in soft tissue wound healing. 
In: Bioelectromagnetic Medicine ed. PJ Rosch and MS Markov,  Decker, USA ISBN 0-8247-4700-3 Chapter 30 pp 461-483

47. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N. (2004) Effects of Support Surface Relief Pressures on Heel Skin Blood Flow in Persons With and Without Diabetes Mellitus
Advances in Skin and Wound Care 2004;17(4):197-201


2005
48. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N, Pfister S, Litwin B. (2005) Foot volume estimates based on a geometric algorithm in comparison to water displacement.
      Lymphology 2005;38(1):20-27

49. Mayrovitz HN, King D, Groseclose EE. (2005) No effect of 80mT permanent magnets on laser-Doppler measured blood flow response to inspiratory gasps.
      Biolectromagnetics. (in press)

50. Mayrovitz HN (2005) Compression Therapy. In: The Science and Practice of Wound Healing (in press)

51. Mayrovitz HN, Groseclose EE. (2005) Effects of a static magnetic field of either polarity on skin microcirculation.
     Microvascular Research 2005;69:24-27

52. Mayrovitz HN, Groseclose EE (2005)  Inspiration-induced vasoconstrictive responses in dominant vs. nondominant hands.
      Clin Physiol Funct Imaging  2005;25:69-74

53. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N, Cross-Brown, Humen S. (2005)  Transcutaneous oxygen tension in arms of women with unilateral postmastectomy lymphedema.
   
Lymphology (in press)

54. Mayrovitz HN, Sims N and et al. (2005)
Hand volume estimates based on a geometric algorithm in comparison to water displacement. (in press)

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