Finck principle. Definition

Medical Definition: Finck principle

The amount of a substance detected by an organ, in the time unit is equal to the product of arteriovenous concentration difference of the substance and the flow of blood through (per unit time) by the court. From the amount of material collected and arteriovenous difference in concentration of the same, you can determine the flow of blood through an organ determidado (such as cardiac output).

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