Medical Physiology, 3rd Edition

References

Books and Reviews

Badeer HS. Hemodynamics for medical students. Adv Physiol Educ. 2001;25:44–52.

Caro CG, Pedley TJ, Schroter RC, Seed WA. The Mechanics of the Circulation. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK; 1978.

Lassen NA, Henriksen O, Sejrsen P. Indicator methods for measurement of organ and tissue blood flow. American Physiological Society: Bethesda, MD; 1979:21–63. Handbook of Physiology, Section 2: The Cardiovascular System. vol 3.

Levine RA, Gillam LD, Weyman AE. Echocardiography in cardiac research. Fozzard HA, Haber E, Jennings RB, et al. The Heart and Cardiovascular System. Raven Press: New York; 1986:369–452.

Maeda N, Shiga T. Velocity of oxygen transfer and erythrocyte rheology. News Physiol Sci. 1994;9:22–27.

Rowland T, Obert P. Doppler echocardiography for the estimation of cardiac output with exercise. Sports Med. 2002;32:973–986.

Journal Articles

Coulter NA Jr, Pappenheimer JR. Development of turbulence in flowing blood. Am J Physiol. 1949;159:401–408.

Cournand A, Ranges HA. Catheterization of the right auricle. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med. 1941;46:462–466.

Fähraeus R, Lindqvist T. The viscosity of the blood in narrow capillary tubes. Am J Physiol. 1931;96:562–568.

Hamilton WF, Moore JW, Kinsman JM, Spurling RG. Studies on the circulation. IV. Further analysis of the injection method and of changes in hemodynamics under physiological and pathological conditions. Am J Physiol. 1932;99:534–551.

Haynes RH. Physical basis of the dependence of blood viscosity on tube radius. Am J Physiol. 1960;198:1193–1200.

Poiseuille JLM. Recherches expérimentales sur le mouvement des liquides dans les tubes de très petits diamètres. Mem Savant Etrangers Paris. 1846;9:433–544.

Reynolds O. An experimental investigation of the circumstances which determine whether the motion of water shall be direct or sinusoid, and of the law of resistance in parallel channels. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 1883;174:935–982.

Thury A, van Langenhove G, Carlier SG, et al. High shear stress after successful balloon angioplasty is associated with restenosis and target lesion revascularization. Am Heart J. 2002;144:136–143.