arteriocapillary

ar·te·ri·o·cap·il·lar·y

(ar-tēr'ē-ō-cap'i-lār-ē),
Relating to both arteries and capillaries.

arteriocapillary

[är·tir′ē·ō·kap′i·lar′ē]
Etymology: Gk, arteria + L, capillaris, hairlike
pertaining to the arteries and the capillaries.

ar·te·ri·o·cap·il·lar·y

(ahr-tērē-ō-kapi-lar-ē)
Relating to both arteries and capillaries.

ar·te·ri·o·cap·il·lar·y

(ahr-tērē-ō-kapi-lar-ē)
Relating to both arteries and capillaries.
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Hemoglobin in arteries (invasive, aHb) and capillaries (non-invasive, SpHb) are used to calculate the arterial and capillary plasma dilution efficacies (aPDE and cPDE, respectively) and arteriocapillary plasmadilution efficacy difference (acPED) [1], [3].
More specifically, the stepwise fluid loading has to be stopped when invasively and noninvasively measured capillary plasma dilution efficacy of a fluid challenge is minimized and arteriocapillary plasma dilution efficacy difference becomes negative [6].
The related hardly predictable changes of haemodilution in capillaries affect the arteriocapillary and veno-capillary GAPs, and also the difference between arterial and venous Hb, e.