## Advances in Biomedical Engineering, Part 1 |

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General Results A partial summary of this analysis is given in Figure 7;

4 in each section of the figure correspond to ... and "I that yield AP and AT

relatively close to equilibrium (

General Results A partial summary of this analysis is given in Figure 7;

**curves**1-4 in each section of the figure correspond to ... and "I that yield AP and AT

**curves**relatively close to equilibrium (

**curve**4), very far from equilibrium (**curve**1), ...Page 230

These investigators postulated two limiting cases for organ effects: (1) all

capillaries have a uniform length but the lengths of arterial and venous vessels

are distributed so as to give the intravascular

the ...

These investigators postulated two limiting cases for organ effects: (1) all

capillaries have a uniform length but the lengths of arterial and venous vessels

are distributed so as to give the intravascular

**curve**its dispersed appearance, (2)the ...

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Such recoveries are calculated from the area of an indicator

exponential extrapolation of the

because recirculation is superimposed on the single pass washout. Indicator

Such recoveries are calculated from the area of an indicator

**curve**afterexponential extrapolation of the

**curve**tail. Such extrapolation is necessarybecause recirculation is superimposed on the single pass washout. Indicator

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### Contents

MODELING THE HUMAN THERMAL SYSTEM | 1 |

Chapter MASS TRANSFER IN SYSTEMS OF ARTIFICIAL LIVER | 6 |

Experimental Confirmation | 11 |

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