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100 1  Waite, Lee, |eauthor. 
245 10 Applied Biofluid Mechanics, Second Edition / |cLee Waite, 
       Jerry M. Fine. 
250    2nd edition. 
264  1 New York, N.Y. : |bMcGraw-Hill Education, |c[2017]. 
264  4 |c©2017. 
300    1 online resource (352 pages) : |b100 illustrations. 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About
       the Authors -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1 Review of 
       Basic Fluid Mechanics Concepts -- 1.1 A Brief History of 
       Biomedical Fluid Mechanics -- 1.2 Fluid Characteristics 
       and Viscosity -- 1.3 Fundamental Method for Measuring 
       Viscosity -- 1.4 Introduction to Pipe Flow -- 1.5 
       Bernoulli Equation -- 1.6 Conservation of Mass -- 1.7 
       Fluid Statics -- 1.7.1 Example Problem: Fluid Statics -- 
       1.8 The Womersley Number a—A Frequency Parameter for 
       Pulsatile Flow -- Review Problems -- Bibliography -- 2 
       Cardiovascular Structure and Function -- 2.1 Introduction 
       -- 2.2 Clinical Features -- 2.3 Functional Anatomy -- 2.4 
       The Heart as a Pump -- 2.5 Cardiac Muscle -- 2.6 
       Electrocardiograms -- 2.7 Heart Valves -- 2.8 Cardiac 
       Cycle -- 2.9 Heart Sounds -- 2.10 Coronary Circulation -- 
       2.11 Microcirculation -- 2.12 Lymphatic Circulation -- 
       Review Problems -- Bibliography -- 3 Pulmonary Anatomy, 
       Pulmonary Physiology, and Respiration -- 3.1 Introduction 
       -- 3.2 Alveolar Ventilation -- 3.3 Ventilation-Perfusion 
       Relationships -- 3.4 Mechanics of Breathing -- 3.5 Work of
       Breathing -- 3.6 Airway Resistance -- 3.7 Gas Exchange and
       Transport -- 3.8 Pulmonary Pathophysiology -- 3.9 
       Respiration in Extreme Environments -- 4 Hematology and 
       Blood Rheology -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Elements of 
       Blood -- 4.3 Blood Characteristics -- 4.4 Viscosity 
       Measurement -- 4.5 Erythrocytes -- 4.6 Leukocytes -- 4.7 
       Blood Types -- 4.8 Plasma -- 4.9 Blood pH -- Review 
       Problems -- Bibliography -- 5 Anatomy and Physiology of 
       Blood Vessels -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 General Structure
       of Arteries -- 5.3 Types of Arteries -- 5.4 Mechanics of 
       Arterial Walls -- 5.5 Compliance -- 5.6 Pulse Wave 
       Velocity and the Moens–Korteweg Equation -- 5.7 Vascular 
       Pathologies -- 5.8 Stents -- 5.9 Coronary Artery Bypass 
       Grafting -- Review Problems -- Bibliography -- 6 Mechanics
       of Heart Valves -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Aortic and 
       Pulmonic Valves -- 6.3 Mitral and Tricuspid Valves -- 6.4 
       Pressure Gradients across a Stenotic Heart Valve -- 6.5 
       Prosthetic Mechanical Valves -- 6.6 Prosthetic Tissue 
       Valves -- Review Problems -- Bibliography -- 7 Pulsatile 
       Flow in Large Arteries -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Fluid 
       Kinematics -- 7.3 Continuity -- 7.4 Complex Numbers -- 7.5
       Fourier Series Representation -- 7.6 Navier–Stokes 
       Equations -- 7.7 Pulsatile Flow in Rigid Tubes; Womersley 
       Solution -- 7.8 Pulsatile Flow in Rigid Tubes; Fry 
       Solution -- 7.9 Instability in Pulsatile Flow -- Review 
       Problems -- Bibliography -- 8 Flow and Pressure 
       Measurement -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Indirect Pressure 
       Measurements -- 8.3 Direct Pressure Measurement -- 8.4 
       Flow Measurement -- 8.5 Summary and Clinical Applications 
       -- Review Problems -- Bibliography -- 9 Modeling -- 9.1 
       Introduction -- 9.2 Theory of Models -- 9.3 Geometric 
       Similarity -- 9.4 Dynamic Similarity -- 9.5 Kinematic 
       Similarity -- 9.6 Common Dimensionless Parameters in Fluid
       Mechanics -- 9.7 Modeling Example 1—Does the Flea Model 
       the Man? -- 9.8 Modeling Example 2 -- 9.9 Modeling Example
       3 -- Review Problems -- Bibliography -- 10 Lumped 
       Parameter Mathematical Models -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2
       Electrical Analog Model of Flow in a Tube -- 10.3 Modeling
       of Flow Through the Mitral Valve -- 10.4 Summary -- Review
       Problems -- Bibliography -- 11 Biofluid Mechanics of the 
       Kidney -- 11.1 Body Fluid Compartments: Extracellular, 
       Intracellular, and Edema -- 11.2 Renal Anatomy -- 11.3 
       Renal Physiology -- 11.4 Glomerular Filtration -- 11.5 
       Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System -- 11.6 Tubular 
       Reabsorption and Secretion -- 11.7 Clearance Methods to 
       Quantify Kidney Function -- 11.8 Filtration Fraction -- 
       Review Problems -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C --
       D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -
       - P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- X -- Z. 
520 3  Examines cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, hematology,
       blood vessel histology and function, heart valve mechanics
       and prosthetic valves, stents, pulsatile flow in large 
       arteries, measurements, dimensional analysis, and more. 
530    Also available in print edition. 
533    Electronic reproduction. |bNew York, N.Y. : |cMcGraw Hill,
       |d2017. |nMode of access: World Wide Web. |nSystem 
       requirements: Web browser. |nAccess may be restricted to 
       users at subscribing institutions. 
538    Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. 
546    In English. 
588    Description based on e-Publication PDF. 
650  0 Blood flow. 
650  0 Fluid mechanics. 
650  0 Blood |xCirculation. 
650  0 Cardiovascular Physiological Phenomena. 
650  0 Body Fluids |xphysiology. 
650  0 Respiratory Physiological Phenomena. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
700 1  Fine, Jerry M., |eauthor. 
776 18 |iPrint version: |tApplied Biofluid Mechanics, Second 
       Edition, |dNew York, N.Y. : McGraw Hill, |c[2017], 
       |z9781259644153 
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