In-vitro study on the hemorheological characteristics of chicken blood in microcirculation

  title={In-vitro study on the hemorheological characteristics of chicken blood in microcirculation},
  author={Ho Seong Ji and Jung Yeop Lee and Sang Joon Lee},
The flow characteristics of chicken blood in a micro-tube with a 100 μm diameter are investigated using a micro-Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) technique. Chicken blood with 40% hematocrit is supplied into the micro-tube using a syringe pump. For comparison, the same experiments are repeated for human blood with 40% hematocrit. Chicken blood flow has a cell-free layer near the tube wall, and this layer’s thickness increases with the increased flow speed due to radial migration. As a… CONTINUE READING


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