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rheologic

adjective Referring or pertaining to rheology.
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Rheologic alterations in this study may be the most important factor, saline improves mucociliary clearance, this may be a result of the saline increasing the depth and thinning of the sol layer of mucous.
Berrouschot, "Rheopheresis: rheologic, functional, and structural aspects," Therapeutic Apheresis, vol.
We then analysed the relations between the failure pattern and the difference of creep deformation, so as to make better understanding of heterogeneous rock rheologic failure mechanism with different load conditions.
The objective of this work was to formulate acetaminophen as a relatively stable liquid form and study the influence of different polymers such as CMC, Veegum, tragacanth, and PVP on its rheologic characteristics.
The speciality pharmaceutical firm said its current lead product candidates included ANX-188, a new, purified, rheologic and antithrombotic compound initially being developed as a first-in-class therapy for children with sickle cell disease in acute crisis, and ANX-514, a detergent-free formulation of the chemotherapy drug docetaxel.
Rheologic properties were determined using an ARES Rheometer from TA Instruments.
SynthRx develops a purified form of a rheologic and antithrombotic agent, poloxamer 188.Country: , USASector: PharmaceuticalsTarget: SynthRx IncBuyer: ADVENTRX Pharmaceuticals IncType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: All-stockStatus: Closed
Prolongation of the "delay time of gelation" in excess of the capillary transit time may allow the erythrocyte to traverse the capillary bed to escape to the arterial side before there is rheologic impairment of the erythrocyte from polymerization of sickle hemoglobin.
and Pysklywec (2008), but rather than focusing on near surface and crustal-scale consequences, we will discus the effects of rheologic stratification and initial geotherm on upper mantle structure.
In COPD there are noted: updates in rheologic features of blood by a type of hyperviscosity syndrome leading to disorders of pulmonary and myocardial microcirculation; state of ventilation, hemodynamic and tissue hypoxia; formation of secondary arterial pulmonary hypertension that reinforces pressure on right section of the heart and, therefore, increases a need of myocardium in oxygen, restricts coronary fraction of cardiac output and aggravates myocardial ischemia of both ventricles that results in progression of cardio-pulmonary failure (Chuchalina, 2003).
The whole area stabilizes and the phase of rheologic after-subsidence takes place.
Ferrari, "Rheologic and Hydraulic Parameter Integration Improves Drilling Operations," Oil Gas J.