NPB 113 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Reflection Coefficient, Hydrostatics, Blood Proteins

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Pressures affecting h2o exchange oinmeocnaci:ammo:c f- and other proteins. " hydrostatic pressure ( tt cap) due to album in. In the inter shrum : ( rap ) Osmotic 10h como p ( thnterstitium ) due to interstitial proteins generally small. Jv = ( lp) ( sa ) ( ( rap - pint ) - o (tt cap - ti int )] O asn proteins t in intern nvm , At 1 proteins do not cross ( in the brain) plasma protein. Assume that 0=1 ( pcap - pint ) - (1) ( tt cap - tint ) ftp. #=5mmhg35mmh925mmh9til. O to -2 mmhg tinter51717 um = o mmhg start. At start of capillary : net filtration. Jv = ( 15 - o ) - ( 25 - o ) Osmotic pressure remains constant along length of capillary. Hydrostatic pressure decreases along length of capillary as h2o moves out.

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