Viscosity of Normal Human Blood and Diabetic Blood – An Analytical Study
Dr. G. Pushpa Chakrapani
Viscosity, Flow rate, Diabetes mellitus
Blood is a vital fluid found in human beings and other animals. Blood viscosity is a basic biological parameter that affects blood flow both at large arteries and in microcirculation. Since blood is viscous by nature, the thickness and stickiness of an individual’s blood is associated with many risk factors of health of a human being. In this study a simple technique is used to find out the viscosity of blood and its constituents at different flow rates by using normal capillary tubes, The tool is developed based on Poiseuille’s theory to measure the coefficient of viscosity and volume flow rate at different radii. The data is presented and findings and conclusions are drawn from the data.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2

Page(s): 49 - 52
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