Acoustic energy determines haemoglobin release from erythrocytes by extracorporeal shock waves in vitro.

Abstract

Haemoglobin release from erythrocytes by extracorporeal shock waves from an electrohydraulic lithotripter was quantified and correlated with the acoustic energy administered to the cell container. Cells were exposed in 2-, 5.9-, and 10.5-mL vials to 100 shock waves delivered at a low, medium and high lithotripter output setting, both with and without… (More)

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