Advances in Hemodynamics and Hemorheology, Volume 1Edited by
- T.V. How, Department of Clinical Engineering, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England
Published: September 1996
- Contents. List of Contributors. Preface (T.V. How). Viscoelastic Properties of Blood and Blood Analogs (G.B. Thurston). Microrheological Models of Red Blood Cell Mechanics (D.B. Biesel). Numerical Modeling of Blood Flow (F.S. Henry and M.W. Collins) Flow Visualization and Measurement with the Photochromic Tracer Technique: Hemodynamic Applications (G.G. Couch and M. Ohja). The Application of Magnetic Resonance to Blood Flow Studies (D.N. Firmin and R.H. Mohiaddin). Turbulence in the Cardiovascular System: Its Physical Nature, Pathophysiological Role, Measurement, and Analysis (T. Yamaguchi). Pulmonary Artery Blood Flow and Hemodynamics (B. Ha, W. Henry, C. Lucas, H.W. Sung, and A. Yoganathan). IN VIVO Hemodynamic Measurements (J.M. Hasenkam). Hemodynamics of Vascular Prostheses (T.V. How, R.A. Black, and P.E. Hughes). Index.