Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Blood Flow Dynamics Associated with Blood Contacting Devices

Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Blood Flow Dynamics Associated with Blood Contacting Devices

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Thrombosis is one of the main post surgical complications for patients implanted with blood contacting devices, which induce supra-physiological shear stress, stagnancy and vortices for blood cells. The general process of thrombosis includes platelet adhesion on artificial surfaces, which in turn is dependent upon the transport of platelets from the bulk flow to the surface. It is believed that red blood cells (RBCs) play an important role; however, the basic hemodynamic mechanism under the typical conditions within cardiovascular devices is not fully understood and a theoretical model is lacking.This process was repeated for five random frames and the same threshold was used thereafter. Manual count. 24 ... duration (ns) low 3 38 240 3-5 medium 9 114 80 3-5 high 15 193 48 3-5 CO CL 200 tn w CD 150 CO 100 co Image Analysis.


Title:Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Blood Flow Dynamics Associated with Blood Contacting Devices
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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