Translation of capillary in Spanish:

capillary

capilar, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkæpəˌlɛri/ /kəˈpɪləri/

adjective

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    capilar
    capillary tube tubo capilar
    • Alveolar wall thickening with eosinophilic materials and capillary congestion with red blood cells were evident in the mice with emphysema at 72 hours.
    • While patients with insulin-requiring diabetes are in active labor, capillary blood glucose levels should be monitored hourly.
    • One of the most colorful controversies in the first decade of the 20th century concerned how oxygen moved across the pulmonary capillary wall into the blood.
    • It enabled bedside monitoring in critically ill patients by measuring heart output and capillary pressure in the lungs.
    • Dyck and Craig employed capillary electrophoresis as the medium for single-molecule enzyme isolation.

nounplural capillaries

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    capilar masculine
    vaso capilar masculine