ExamIIIGuide-StarlingsLaw

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A man has an arterial capillary pressure with a hydrostatic blood pressure of 37mmHg and a hydrostatic interstitial pressure of 2mmHg an osmotic blood pressure of 27mmHg and an osmotic interstitial pressure of 2mmHg. He also has a venous capillary pressure with a hydrostatic blood pressure of 18 a hydrostatic interstitial pressure of 3mmHg an osmotic blood pressure of 25mmHg and a no osmotic interstitial pressure. What is the net pushing pressure, net pulling pressure, net filtration pressure, and net filtration?
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Unformatted text preview: A woman has a venous capillary pressure with an osmotic interstitial pressure of 2 and a osmotic blood pressure of 20, a hydrostatic blood pressure of 15 and a hydrostatic interstitial pressure of 5. She also has an arterial capillary pressure with a hydrostatic blood pressure of 33 and a hydrostatic interstitial pressure of 4 with an osmotic blood pressure of 37 and an osmotic interstitial pressure of 0. What is the net pushing pressure, the net pulling pressure, net filtration pressure, and net filtration?...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BIOL 112 taught by Professor Maze during the Spring '08 term at Lander.

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