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Vol. 8, Issue 9 (2019)

A mathematical model on two phase systolic pulmonary blood flow in lungs with special reference to asthma for a special case history

Author(s):
Manoj KR Srivastava
Abstract:
In the present paper, we formulate the pulmonary blood flow in Lungs. Keeping in view the nature of pulmonary circulatory system in human body, the viscosity increases in the arterioles due to formation of roulex along axis by red blood cells, as we know the Lungs are remote from heart and proximate to the Asthma. P.N. Pandey and V. Upadhyay have considered the blood flow of two phased, one of which is that of red blood cells and other is Plasma. They have also applied the Herschel Bulkley non-Newtonian Model in bio-fluid mechanical set-up. We have collected a clinical data in case of Asthma for Hematocrit v/s Blood Pressure. The graphical presentation for particular parametric value is much closed to the clinical observation. The overall presentation is in tensorial form and solution technique adapted is analytical as well as numerical. The role of Hematocrit is explicit in the determination of blood pressure in case of pulmonary disease-Asthma.
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How to cite this article:
Manoj KR Srivastava. A mathematical model on two phase systolic pulmonary blood flow in lungs with special reference to asthma for a special case history. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(9):474-480.

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