Editorial
Volume 3 Issue 5 - 2020
Goodbye Starling's Law, Hello G Tube
Ahmed N Ghanem*
Consultant Urological Surgeon, Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura University, Egypt
*Corresponding Author: Ahmed N Ghanem, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Faculty of Medicine, Mansoura University, Egypt.
Received: March 18, 2020; Published: April 15, 2020




Substantial physics and physiological evidence with clinical relevance and significance currently exists that affirms Starling’s law is wrong [1]. Starling [2] based his hypothesis on Poiseuille’s work of uniform diameter tube [3] in which the hydrostatic pressure causes filtration, and the oncotic pressure force of plasma albumin causes re-absorption [4]. Recent evidence demonstrates Starling’s law is wrong on both oncotic [5-10] and hydrostatic pressure [11] forces and provides the correct replacement of hydrodynamic of the porous orifice G tube [1] (Figure 1).

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  18. Ghanem AN. “The Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Volumetric Overload Shocks in Patho-Etiology Correcting Errors and Misconceptions on Fluid Therapy, Vascular and Capillary Physiology”. Surgical Medicine Open Access Journal 2 (2).
  19. Ghanem AN. “What are Misleading Physicians into giving too much Fluid During Resuscitation of Shock and Surgery that Induces ARDS and/or AKI?” Asploro Journal of Biomedical and Clinical Case Reports (2020).
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Citation: Ahmed N Ghanem. “Goodbye Starling's Law, Hello G Tube”. EC Clinical and Experimental Anatomy 3.5 (2020): 41-44.

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