The effect of haematocrit on the resistivity of human blood at 37°C and 100 kHz

@article{Hill2006TheEO,
  title={The effect of haematocrit on the resistivity of human blood at 37°C and 100 kHz},
  author={David W Hill and Felisa Thompson},
  journal={Medical and biological engineering},
  year={2006},
  volume={13},
  pages={182-186}
}
In order to be able to employ the electrical-impedance method for the measurement of cardiac output in patients on haemodialysis where a wide range of haematocrits may be encountered, a knowledge of the relationship between the resistivity and haematocrit of blood is required. A linear least-squares relationship has been determined for human blood at 37°C… CONTINUE READING