2 edition of Starling"s Principles of human physiology. found in the catalog.
Starling"s Principles of human physiology.
Ernest Henry Starling
|Other titles||Principles of human physiology.|
|Contributions||Evans, C. Lovatt Sir, 1884-, Hartridge, Hamilton, b. 1886.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1039 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1039|
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Lovatt Evans (Ed.) Published by J. and A. Churchill () Used Principles of human physiology. 9th edition. With illustrations, 7 in colour London, J. & A. Churchill,gr. in The Frank–Starling law of the heart (also known as Starling's law and the Frank–Starling mechanism) represents the relationship between stroke volume and end diastolic volume.
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The net fluid flux (due to filtration) across the capillary wall is proportional to the net driving pressure. The filtration coefficient (Kf) is the constant of proportionality in the flux equation which is known as the Starling s equation. The filtration coefficient consists of two components as the net fluid flux is dependent on.
Starling Forces govern the passive exchange of water between the capillary microcirculation and the interstitial fluid. These forces not only determine the directionality of net water movement between two different compartments but also determines the rate at.
Starling EH: Principles of Human Physiology. London: Churchill, Starling EH: The Linacre Lecture on the Law of the Heart. London: Longmans, Green and Co., ; (a) pp. 26–27 Chapman CB, Mitchell JH: Starling on the Heart: Facsimile Reprints, in-cluding the Linacre Lecture on the Law of the Heart.
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