Rheological effects of red blood cell aggregation in the venous network : A review of recent studies

@inproceedings{Bishopa2001RheologicalEO,
  title={Rheological effects of red blood cell aggregation in the venous network : A review of recent studies},
  author={Jeffrey J. Bishopa and Aleksander S. Popelb and Marcos Intagliettaa and Paul C. Johnsona},
  year={2001}
}
  • Jeffrey J. Bishopa, Aleksander S. Popelb, +1 author Paul C. Johnsona
  • Published 2001
It has long been recognized that understanding the rheological properties of blood is essential to a full understanding of the function of the circulatory system. Given the difficulty of obtaining carefully controlled measurements in vivo, most of our current concepts of the flow behavior of blood in vivo are based on its properties in vitro. Studies of blood rheology in rotational and tube viscometers have defined the basic properties of blood and pointed to certain features that may be… CONTINUE READING

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