transcapillary


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transcapillary

(trăns″kăp′ĭl-lă-rē) [″ + capillaris, relating to hair]
Across the endothelial wall of a capillary.
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Tissue hyperosmolality as a mediator of vasodilation and transcapillary fluid flux in exercising skeletal muscle.
A difference between the aPDE and cPDE, the acPED, is dependent on the interaction between a transcapillary fluid filtration-absorption ratio (FAR) which affects hemodilution in capillaries, and net fluid elimination which affects the hemodilution in arteries.
In liver cirrhosis, levels of AT III are very low due to its inadequate hepatic synthesis, reduced transcapillary flux ratios and diffuse intravascular coagulation.
More often, barrier limits the accessibility of bloodborne toxins and other potentially harmful compounds to the neurons of the CNS because of restriction imposed by transcapillary movement of substrates in the peripheral circulation into the brain.
The following variables were measured: MAP, stop flow pressure (SFP), transcapillary hydraulic pressure ([data]P), hematocrit (Hct), free flow pressure (FFP), capillary pressure (PC), and afferent (CA) and efferent (CE) protein concentration.
A reduction in transcapillary osmotic pressure between different upper extremities has been reported to result in edema in one extremity only in patients with nephrotic syndrome (4).
A significant reduction of transcapillary filtration was seen in a placebo-controlled human pharmacological trial [1].
Aluminum sulfate causes hemostasis by a weak vasoconstrictor effect in addition to precipitation of tissue proteins with tissue contrac-tion, inhibited transcapillary movements of plasma proteins, and subsequent arrest of capillary bleeding.
Thus, the leaky BBB due to PCB-induced alterations of TJ expression in brain microvessels may facilitate transcapillary transfer of tumor cells and contribute to the development of brain metastasis.
Transcapillary leakage of fluid is increased at every level of hydrostatic pressure and oncotic pressure is frequently reduced.
Another study, entitled "Elevated Transcapillary Albumin Escape: A Marker of Increased Mortality" directly examined the relationship between albumin leak rate and mortality in 100 patients requiring radial or pulmonary artery catheter for acute resuscitation of severe sepsis, septic shock, cardiogenic shock and/or Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.
Under effect of heat in PT enlargement of peripheral vessels takes place, blood supply and transcapillary exchange improves, intertissual fluid easily turns into vascular channel that contributes to the further resolution of exsudates and reduction of bronchial edema and finally leads to decrease of obstructive syndrome.