Microcirculation of Canine Hindlimbs in Hemorrhagic Hypotension
We have previously studied the changes in the diffusion capacity for 22NaCl and 86RbCl in the hindlimbs of dogs with and without acute hemorrhagic hypotension [1–3]. The diffusion capacity is defined as the product of P and S, where P is the permeability coefficient and S is the surface area. The diffusion capacity is measured by the “indicator diffusion” method. We found that acutely induced hemorrhagic hypotension decreased the diffusion capacity .
KeywordsDiffusion Capacity Extracorporeal Circuit Beta Blockade Microvascular Blood Flow Exchange Vessel
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