Numerous advantages arise from a concise mathematical formulation of the influence of capillary permeability on tracers in the blood. The paper deals with a theoretical description of the depletion of a blood-borne tracer under the combined influences of the reversible process of transcapillary diffusion and irreversible processes such as renal excretion and first-order enzymatic degradations. Numerical calculations are illustrated graphically to show application of the theory to typical tracer dilution problems.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Bolie, Victor W. and Cholvin, Neal R.
"Effects of Capillary Permeability On Tracers in the Blood,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 67(1), 507-510.
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