The effects of fibrination on the in vivo rheology of dog blood.

@article{Meiselman1972TheEO,
  title={The effects of fibrination on the in vivo rheology of dog blood.},
  author={Herbert J. Meiselman and Wallace G. Frasher and Harold Wayland},
  journal={Microvascular research},
  year={1972},
  volume={4 1},
  pages={
          26-41
        }
}
Abstract The effects of acute fibrination on the rheology of dog blood have been studied using a variable shear rate, nonpulsatile capillary viscometer; this viscometer, of special design, measures the flow properties of blood circulating in chronic exteriorized A-V shunts in dogs. Our results indicate that the concentration of fibrinogen, per se , does not influence the rheology of dog blood as measured in our instrument; the effect of plasma viscosity on the overall rheological behavior of… CONTINUE READING
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