We tested the hypothesis that the heparinized capillary tubes
used in the NICU for sample collection may explain the observed discrepancies in sodium values.
That tip is not so much a capillary tube
as a trap for nectar, Rico-Guevara and colleague Margaret Rubega proposed in 2011.
Meta stable flow in capillary tubes
: An experimental evaluation.
Local frictional pressure drop during vaporization of R-12 through capillary tubes
Electrospraying the solution at a moderately high voltage (typically 5 kV) from a thin steel capillary tube
produces fine droplets of solution.
The unit spins 24 capillary tubes
or 12 test tubes by changing rotors.
Though glass capillary tubes
are more precise than other viscometers, such as rotating cylinders and viscometers that use Stoke's Law, glass capillary viscometers are not as quick or efficient in measurement.
When the vacuum flask is connected to a vacuum source and the cells are placed in the cups, the washing agent is introduced into the reservoir and is sucked through the capillary tubes
to spray and clean the interior walls of the cells.
ISF samples of ~1.5 [micro]L were collected into 2-[micro]L heparin-containing capillary tubes
The indoor heat exchanger of the R-22 heat pump was different from a typical condenser because it had capillary tubes
at the exit of each circuit, as shown in Figure 1.
Historically, glass has been the preferred material for capillary tubes
used to collect blood-gas samples.
The capillary tubes
are drawn copper tubes with internal diameters of 0.5-2.0 mm and lengths of 2-6 m.
where n(r) is the number of capillary tubes
with radius r; [DELTA][V.sub.Hg] (r) is the single volume of mercury intrusion at radius r; and l is the core length.
In adults, specimens are collected in capillary tubes
when venous collection is difficult.