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Título: Blood flow in microchannel with stenosis measured by a confocal micro PTV system
Autor: Fujiwara, Hiroki
Ishikawa, Takuji
Lima, R.
Imai, Yohsuke
Matsuki, Noriaki
Kaji, H.
Mori, Daisuke
Nishizawa, Matsuhiko
Yamaguchi, Takami
Palavras-chave: Red blood cell
Microcirculation
Issue Date: 2007
Editora: GCOE
Citação: Fujiwara, H.; Ishikawa, T.; Lima, R., Imai, Y.; Matsuki, N.; Kaji, H.; Mori, Daisuke; Nishizawa, M.; Yamaguchi, T. (2007) - Blood flow in microchannel with stenosis measured by a confocal micro PTV system. In The 4th International Symposium of Tohoku University GCOE "Global Nano-Biomedical Engineering Network Centre. Singapore.
Resumo: Blood in microcircualtion is not a homogenous fluid but the suspension of Red Blood Cells(RBC). So individual RBCs behavior is essential to get good comprehension about the blood flow in microcirculation. In this study we observe the RBCs behavior through the stenosis by using confocal-micro- PTV system. And we can observe the difference of the cell free layer thickness according to Hct.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/1792
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