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Default How does surfactant decrease pulmonary capillary filtration?

Hi guys,
can you please tell me how it happens?
I literally wasted hours tying to figure it out lol
thanks in advance!
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Hi guys,
can you please tell me how it happens?
I literally wasted hours tying to figure it out lol
thanks in advance!

just know that it prevents alveolar edema
and its absence in RDS contributes to pulmonary edema
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