CIVDCoagulation Intravasculaire Disséminée (French: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation; blood disorder)
CIVDCold-Induced Vasodilation
CIVDCoagulacion Intravascular Diseminada
CIVDCaravan Industrie-Verbandes Deutschland (German: Caravan Industry Association of Germany)
CIVDCenter for Immunobiology and Vaccine Development (Children's Hospital and Research Center; Oakland, California)
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The phenomenon termed cold-induced vasodilatation (CIVD) most likely can be attributed to the AVAs.
Equation 19 does not inherently take into account the mechanism of CIVD, so a logical rule is used in the model to increase the blood flow once the finger temperature falls below unsafe levels.
In the first experiment, the model was simulated to compare with the CIVD data acquired by Shitzer et al.
The model was simulated to show the effects of CIVD on finger temperature compared with experimental findings featured in a work by Shitzer et al.