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The Physics of Coronary Blood Flow (Biological and Medical Physics,… (edition 2005)

by M. Zamir

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Title:The Physics of Coronary Blood Flow (Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering)
Authors:M. Zamir
Info:Springer (2005), Edition: 1, Hardcover, 410 pages
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This book is devoted to the dynamics and physics of coronary blood flow. While it recognizes the range of clinical and pathophysiological issues involved, the book focuses on dynamics and physics, approaching the subject from a biomedical engineering viewpoint. With this approach, the book will complement other books on the subject that have so far focused largely on clinical and pathophysiological issues. The author, originally trained in fluid dynamics, has been teaching and working on the dynamics of blood flow in general and coronary blood flow in particular for the past thirty years and has produced a book that will appeal to physicians, physicists and engineers.

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