Both authors contributed equally to this work.
Effects of a new perfluorocarbon emulsion on human plasma and whole-blood viscosity in the presence of albumin, hydroxyethyl starch, or modified fluid gelatin: an in vitro rheologic approach
Version of Record online: 21 SEP 2006
Volume 46, Issue 11, pages 1892–1898, November 2006
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Jouan-Hureaux, V., Audonnet-Blaise, S., Lacatusu, D., Krafft, M.-P., Dewachter, P., Cauchois, G., Stoltz, J.-F., Longrois, D. and Menu, P. (2006), Effects of a new perfluorocarbon emulsion on human plasma and whole-blood viscosity in the presence of albumin, hydroxyethyl starch, or modified fluid gelatin: an in vitro rheologic approach. Transfusion, 46: 1892–1898. doi: 10.1111/j.1537-2995.2006.01000.x
- Issue online: 21 SEP 2006
- Version of Record online: 21 SEP 2006
- Received for publication December 20, 2005; revision received April 14, 2006, and accepted April 17, 2006.
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