interstitial fluid


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Noun1.interstitial fluid - liquid found between the cells of the body that provides much of the liquid environment of the body
ECF, extracellular fluid - liquid containing proteins and electrolytes including the liquid in blood plasma and interstitial fluid; "the body normally has about 15 quarts of extracellular fluid"
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Therefore, it does appear that a reduced amount of ascorbate would reach the interstitial fluid, with relatively little hydrogen peroxide.
Excess interstitial fluid in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract causes reduced GI motility and tissue hypoperfusion.
transitioning from standing to sitting), interstitial fluid levels increase dramatically within the residual limbs of women.
The interstitial fluid was obtained by centrifugation of homogenized tissue samples at 3000g for 30 min at 4 [degrees]C.
3 [micro]l/min, the concentration of metabolites recovered represents approximately 70% of the tree concentration in the interstitial fluid.
The system's continuous glucose sensor is inserted under the skin, measuring glucose in the interstitial fluid found between the body's cells and relaying the information back to the transmitter every five minutes.
This article is an attempt to devise a short text aimed at improving students' understanding of Gibbs-Donnan effects on fluid traffic between cellular and interstitial fluid and between interstitial fluid and plasma.
There are two distinct dissipative mechanisms in response to loading: the frictional drag force of interstitial fluid flow through the porous-permeable solid matrix (i.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The physiological lag between glucose levels in the blood and in interstitial fluid can wreak havoc in continuous glucose monitoring if the lag isn't considered when calibrating the monitors, according to Dr.
4,5) The major concerns with blood collections by skin puncture deal with contamination from interstitial fluid, intercellular fluid, hemolysis, and residual contaminate from the surface of the skin.
This introduction for both undergraduate and graduate students as well as nonspecialist professionals focuses on basic models and computational strategies for fluidized dry particulate flows in which there is no significant interstitial fluid but also covers some fully coupled fluid-particle systems.
Oral fluid-based HIV tests sample oral mucosal transduate (OMT), an interstitial fluid from the capillaries of the gingival gum margin (8,9).

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