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Textbook Problem

Case 1

The negative trans mural pressure in this case was offset by (1) ______________________________________ and (2) _______

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Summary Introduction

To review:

The blank in the statement, “the negative transmural pressure in this case was offset by (1) _____ and (2) _____.”

Introduction:

The ventricular preload is associated with the cardiac output. The transmural pressure is related to the preload. A decreased preload may cause a negative transmural pressure. So, as preload decreases, the transmural pressure in the least gravity-dependent lung would develop negative pressure.

Explanation

Given information:

Please refer to Clinical Application Case-1.

Transmural pressure is the pressure difference between intraluminal pressure and pressure surrounding the vessel. It is negative when the pressure surrounding the vessel is more than inside the vessel...

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