Polymicroviscometry of spectrin cross-linked red blood cells: Theoretical and clinical implications

@inproceedings{Teitel1981PolymicroviscometryOS,
  title={Polymicroviscometry of spectrin cross-linked red blood cells: Theoretical and clinical implications},
  author={Paul Teitel},
  year={1981}
}
Rheological investigation with the newly developed microcomputer-assisted automatic filtrometer (polymicroviscometer) allows the analysis of the flow behaviour of packed red blood cells. Based on a filtration approach different from the ‘microsieving’ of blood, the polymicroviscometry is assessing the ability of red cells to participate in flow by ‘tanktreading’ of their membrane, which corresponds to the viscous component of their rheological behaviour.Treatment of normal red cells with… CONTINUE READING

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