B M E 505: Biofluidics
- Catalog Description:
Introduction to blood rheology, blood flow dynamics in arteries, capillaries and veins, airflow in the lungs, and other physiological flow phenomena. Healthy and diseased states will be considered. Special topics may include ocular flow dynamics and electro-chemical-fluidics in cartilage.
- Credits: 3
- Prerequisites: EMA 201; EMA 202 or ME 240; Physiol 335; or cons inst
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