Preliminary Model of Fluid and Solute Distribution and Transport During Hemorrhage

@article{Gyenge2003PreliminaryMO,
  title={Preliminary Model of Fluid and Solute Distribution and Transport During Hemorrhage},
  author={Christina Crenguta Gyenge and Bruce D. Bowen and Rolf K. Reed and Joel L. Bert},
  journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2003},
  volume={31},
  pages={823-839}
}
AbstractThe distribution and transport of fluid, ions, and other solutes (plasma proteins and glucose) are described in a mathematical model of unresuscitated hemorrhage. The model is based on balances of each material in both the circulation and its red blood cells, as well as in a whole-body tissue compartment along with its cells. Exchange between these four compartments occurs by a number of different mechanisms. The hemorrhage model has as its basis a validated model, due to Gyenge et al… CONTINUE READING

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