Hemorheology in Surgery—A Review

  title={Hemorheology in Surgery—A Review},
  author={R. Mueller and P. Mu{\vs}iki{\'c}},
  pages={581 - 592}
  • R. Mueller, P. Mušikić
  • Published 1987
  • Medicine
  • Angiology
  • The rheological behavior of blood and its components under physiologic and pathophysiologic conditions is reviewed, with a focus on the type and extent of pathohemorheological changes in surgical patients during hospitalization and thereafter, as well as their clinical consequences with regard to thromboembolic complications. During the operation and the postoperative period various hemorheological and hemostasiological alterations acquire clinical signifcance: 1. hyperreagibility of platelets… CONTINUE READING
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