You can use the formula for blood vessel flowrate by accounting heart rate and radius using flow rate formula: Q=ΔP/R
Wherein; flow rate (volume/time); ΔP = pressure difference (mm Hg); and R = resistance to flow (mm Hg x time/volume).
"This equation may be applied not only to a single vessel, but can also be used to describe flow through a network of ...
Yes, it is possible that one gradually develops chronic pancreatitis after a single attack of acute pancreatitis.
The chronic form of pancreatitis can be triggered by one acute attack
that damages the pancreatic duct. The damaged duct causes the pancreas
to become inflamed. Scar tissue develops and the pancreas is slowly
That depends on the age and general condition of the patient, as well as why and how fast and where they're losing blood.
In your case, if you had pancreatitis severe enough to perforate the splenic artery (or another of the many large vessels touching the pancreas), the answer is "not much, cause you're already in bad shape". Then again, if that were the ...