Modeling and prediction of flow-induced hemolysis: a review

@article{Faghih2019ModelingAP,
  title={Modeling and prediction of flow-induced hemolysis: a review},
  author={M. M. Faghih and M. Sharp},
  journal={Biomechanics and Modeling in Mechanobiology},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-37}
}
Despite decades of research related to hemolysis, the accuracy of prediction algorithms for complex flows leaves much to be desired. Fundamental questions remain about how different types of fluid stresses translate to red cell membrane failure. While cellular- and molecular-level simulations hold promise, spatial resolution to such small scales is computationally intensive. This review summarizes approaches to continuum-level modeling of hemolysis, a method that is likely to be useful well… Expand
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