Renal blood flow in dogs studied by means of a dye-dilution technique.

@article{Lingrdh1969RenalBF,
  title={Renal blood flow in dogs studied by means of a dye-dilution technique.},
  author={Gunnar Ling{\aa}rdh and Thure Muth and Tord Olin},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology},
  year={1969},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          281-90
        }
}
The renal blood flow in dogs was studied with a dye-dilution technique using indocyanine green. A new method of analyzing the dye-dilution curves was devised by which it was possible to estimate the magnitude of separate flow components of the curves. It could be shown that the curves comprise three different components, representing: (1) a rapidly circulating fraction containing most of the dye injected, (2) a more slowly circulating fraction, and (3) dye in recirculating blood. The influence… CONTINUE READING

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