Impedance of a fibrin clot in a cylindrical tube: relation to clot permeability and viscoelasticity.

Abstract

By use of an impedance to quantify the pressure-to-flow relation for a clot-filled tube, a simple model is developed that encompasses both viscoelastic and porous properties of the clot. Measurements over a range of frequencies are used to separate the role of clot permeability from clot matrix elasticity. The theoretical impedance model consists of a… (More)

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@article{Thurston1995ImpedanceOA, title={Impedance of a fibrin clot in a cylindrical tube: relation to clot permeability and viscoelasticity.}, author={Gavin Thurston and Natalie Henderson}, journal={Biorheology}, year={1995}, volume={32 5}, pages={503-20} }