Dr. Helge Wiig

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Interstitial fluid pressure (IFP), i.e., the pressure in a saline-filled tube brought into contact with the interstitium, has been measured in cats with two “acute” [micropipettes and wick-in-needle (WIN)] and two chronic (perforated and porous capsules) methods. In a control situation, similar pressures of −1.5 and −1.6 mm Hg were recorded in skin with(More)
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