Hemorheology: Capturing the fluid dynamics of blood

Hemorheology

Keywords: Blood viscosity, Cardiovascular disease, Rheology

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Mohammed Abdul Hannan Hazari, Deccan College of Medical Sciences

Department of Physiology, Professor & HOD

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2018-11-28
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Hazari M. Hemorheology: Capturing the fluid dynamics of blood. Annals of Medical Physiology [Internet]. 28Nov.2018 [cited 18Dec.2018];2(3):25-6. Available from: http://amphysiol.com/index.php/amp/article/view/v2i3.15965
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