Basic factors determining the hemorheological disorders in the microcirculation.

@article{Mchedlishvili2004BasicFD,
  title={Basic factors determining the hemorheological disorders in the microcirculation.},
  author={George Mchedlishvili},
  journal={Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation},
  year={2004},
  volume={30 3-4},
  pages={179-80}
}
Hemorheological properties and disorders are very specific in the microcirculation since blood is actually not a fluid in the capillaries and in the adjacent arterioles and venules. This is because almost half of the blood volume constitutes the red and white blood cells whose size is commensurable with the microvessels lumen. Based on perennial investigations we concluded that the advancement of blood in capillaries is primarily dependent on the "structure" of the flowing blood that determines… CONTINUE READING