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This article has been retracted. The updated version of the article has been published in Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation Volume 38(2), 2008, pp. 105-118: http://iospress.metapress.com/content/t1h1758752451257/.
Platelet primary hemostatic function occurs under high shear conditions. Cyclooxyenase inhibitors such as ibuprofen inhibit this platelet aggregation under high shear rates only to a limited extent. This prompted the present study on 10 healthy volunteers treated with 100 mg aspirin for 4 weeks....
Atherothrombotic events are significant factors of mortality and morbidity in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE). The extent that rheological factors may be involved in these events in these patients has not been established. We measured the following rheological parameters in 86...
Increased blood viscosity has not been associated with mortality risk in coronary heart disease (CHD). We aimed to investigate the predictive power of hematocrit per blood viscosity (Hct/BV) ratio as a marker of rheological oxygen carrying capacity of the blood to assess mortality risk of CHD....
Echinocyte formation is associated with a rigidification of the cells that possibly affects capillary diffusion and, consequently, the tissue's oxygen supply. This study examines how many echinocytes appeared after the addition of various concentrations of radiographic contrast media (RCM)...
In this study we determine the effects of reducing blood glucose on mean arterial blood pressure (MAP) and hematocrit (Hct) in patients with type 2 diabetes who are not responding to conventional treatment in an intensive treatment program 1 year after initiation of treatment. Data on MAP,...
We compared routine coagulation markers in six sickle cell trait carriers ((SCT, or AS hemoglobinopathy) – the heterozygous form of sickle cell anemia) and six subjects with normal hemoglobin before and after a prolonged and intense exercise. Blood was sampled at rest and at the end of the...
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