Blood Flow Mediated Hybrid Nanoparticles in Human Arterial System: Recent Research, Development and Applications
Excerpt: Blood flow dynamics contributes an elemental part in the formation and expansion of cardiovascular diseases in human body. Computational simulation of blood flow in the human arterial system has been widely used in recent decades for better understanding the symptomatic spectrum of various diseases, in order to improve already existing or develop new therapeutic techniques. The characteristics of the blood flow in an artery can be changed significantly by arterial diseases, such as aneurysms and stenoses.
Journal of Nanofluids
Tripathi, J., Vasu, B., Subba Reddy Gorla, R., Chamkha, A. J., Murthy, P. V. S. N., & Anwar Bég, O. (2021). Blood flow mediated hybrid nanoparticles in human arterial system: Recent research, development and applications. Journal of Nanofluids, 10(1), 1–30. https://doi.org/10.1166/jon.2021.1769
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