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Blood cells, rheology and aging

Blood cells, rheology and aging

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aging -- congresses.,
  • Blood -- Viscosity -- Age factors -- Congresses.,
  • Blood Cells -- congresses.,
  • Blood Circulation -- congresses.,
  • Erythrocyte Aging -- congresses.,
  • Erythrocytes -- Aging -- Congresses.,
  • Lymphocytes -- Aging -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dieter Platt.
    ContributionsPlatt, Dieter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP96 .B54 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 217 p. :
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21283734M
    ISBN 10038717401X

    Int J Microcirc Google Scholar They need testing by independent laboratories and publications in peer-reviewed journals to establish rheology and aging book validity. So Maxwell Model gives trends that have to be completed in real situation followed by Thurston model [15] in a vessel regarding distribution of cells in sheath and plug flows. This interaction and tendency for cells to aggregate is a major contributor to the viscoelastic behavior of blood. The observation that peripheral blood taken from a finger and toe of the same subject showed the same blood changes in response to cell phone radiation exposure suggests that the blood changes we observed are systemic.

    Polymers constitute Blood cells basic materials of the rubber and plastic industries and are of vital importance to the textile, petroleum, automobile, paper, and pharmaceutical industries. This study utilized a custom-built, dark-field microscope attached to a digital video camera system with zoom lens linked to a computer monitor. The exposure times and phone call durations for subjects were timed and otherwise controlled such that the cell phone radiation exposure for each subject was the same as possible for each condition. RBCs that are stuck together in rouleaux or other aggregates increase the blood viscosity, and this affects the passage of RBC through the microvessels throughout the body.

    These are the two conditions in which most people use a cell phone. Morrison M et al. Biomed Biochim Acta — Google Scholar Red cell rheology in stomatocyte-echinocyte transformation: roles of geometry and cell shape. Many users wear microwave transmitters attached to their heads, or carry cell phones in pockets or on hips.


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Blood cells, rheology and aging Download PDF Ebook

Though cell death is the basis for understanding the aging process, it is not the only factor. These Blood cells impose a specific stress field or deformation to the fluid, and monitor the resultant deformation or stress.

Figure 5: Baseline condition of male, age 55, showing normal, healthy blood. Evidence for age-related changes includes increase in the density of old red cells [8, 9], reduction in the concentration of phospholipids and cholesterol [43, 44], reduction in sialic acid residues [7, 15], and reduction in the level of some intracellular metabolites and enzymes [22].

Figure 4 shows the blood from the same female 45 minutes later after using the cell phone in active communication mode.

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate

References 1. Therefore, red blood cell mechanics is the major determinant of flow properties of blood. There is no unifying theory that combines the many reported biological effects Blood cells low-level microwaves to explain the possible health risks of cell phone radiation exposure. Cell phones and smart phones both receive and emit these frequencies, smart phones emitting far more than the old clam-shell type of cell phone.

For example, granite can flow plastically Blood cells a negligible yield stress at room temperatures i. To avoid these undesired effects, superplasticizers are typically added to decrease the apparent yield stress and the viscosity of the fresh paste.

Drenckhahn D, Zinke K et al. Pregnant women, and of course children, are believed to be the most vulnerable to cell phone radiation, the latter due to their thinner skulls, developing brains and other organs.

Hemoglobinopathy such as sickle-cell disease can have low ESR due rheology and aging book an improper shape of red blood Blood cells that impairs stacking. Red blood cell deformation and aggregation is also coupled with flow induced changes in the arrangement and orientation as Blood cells third major factor in its viscoelastic behavior.

Blood —20 PubMed Google Scholar An unbiased method of selecting and photographing the blood specimens near the sample center to avoid edge effects was used. Figure 7: Active use condition of same male subject showing all RBCs are misshapen. Aging is the inevitable decline in the body's resiliency, which ultimately leads to dwindling powers, both mental and physical.

In steady flow, the slippage will continue to increase and the measurements of non time varying force will neglect the contributions of the elasticity. As of January90 percent of American adults possessed cell phones, and 58 percent of the users had smart phones.

This is observed under an optical microscope at magnifications from to x. This interaction and tendency for cells to aggregate is a major contributor to the viscoelastic behavior of blood.

All these erythrocytes have no nucleus; the cells are therefore a model in which new synthesis of proteins is impossible.White Blood Cells: Morphology and Rheology as Related to Function (Microcirculation Review) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.

Edition. by U. Bagge (Editor), Gustav V. R Born (Editor), P. Gaehtgens (Editor) & Be the first to review this item Price: $ On the rheology of red blood cell suspensions with different amounts of dextran: separating the effect of aggregation and increase in viscosity of the suspending phase Daniel Flormann1, Katharina Schirra2, Thomas Podgorski3 and Christian Wagner1 1Experimental physics, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, GermanyAuthor: Daniel Flormann, Katharina Schirra, Thomas Podgorski, Christian Wagner.

Abstract. Normal human red blood cells have a life span of approximately days, at the end of which they are removed from circulation [33]. A main site for the removal of red cells is the spleen, where red cells with abnormal shape or with rigid inclusion bodies cannot pass through the narrow slit pores located between the endothelial cells of the sinus vessels [6, 21].Cited by: 4.Mar 23,  · Purging the body of 'retired' cells could pdf ageing, study shows This article is more than 2 years old Findings raise possibility that a future therapy that rids the body of senescent cells Author: Hannah Devlin.viscosity impairs blood-flow-properties and may induce hypoxia in the microcirculation that favors thrombosis, settlement of tumor-cells and thus metastasis.” von Tempelhoff GF, et al.

Association between blood rheology, thrombosis and cancer survival in patients with gynecologic malignancy. Clin Hemorheol Microcirc ;22(2)Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary ebook between applications and fields of interest or study.

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