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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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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.
It also inhibits complement enzyme C1, plasmin and kallikrein.8 AT deficiency occurs in end stage liver disease, because of inadequate synthesis, diffuse intravascular coagulation and reduced transcapillary flux ratios.
It acts as a rate limiting structure, which obstructs transcapillary movement of substrates in the peripheral circulation into the brain.
It maybe understood as a consensus between CPP-oriented therapy, where the CPP should be kept high, and Lund concept, where CPP can be kept low in order to reduce transcapillary water leak, lower oedema, and ICP.
The third mechanism occurs with one of the aforementioned mechanisms, but with transcapillary passage of air from a pulmonary artery, in the way of paradoxical air embolism [48].
Wiig, "Cytokine signalling in rat pulp interstitial fluid and transcapillary fluid exchange during lipopolysaccharide-induced acute inflammation," Journal of Physiology, vol.
Poor metabolic control, hypertension and microangiopathy independently increase the transcapillary escape rate of albumin in diabetes.
It is, however, inadvisable to overhydrate patients with acute asthma as they are prone to transcapillary fluid migration and alveolar flooding.
Hyperfiltration in these nephrons results form elevations in the mean glomerular transcapillary hydraulic pressure gradient (AP) and plasma flow rate (Qa).
Using the pore model [15-17, 21] for transcapillary exchange, [F.sub.fp] and [F.sub.fl] can be expressed as
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).