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Fluids that have low ultrasound attenuation are great candidates for measuring flow via transit- time ultrasound. There are three main characteristics of fluids that have low ultrasound attenuation....
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  When choosing a flow measurement option for an OEM device, it’s helpful to understand the differences between Doppler velocity measurements and Transit-time volume flow measurement. Transit-time...
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12 Jun 2019
10 Remarkable Blood Facts from the “Incredible Machine”
Here are 10 remarkable facts about blood from the “Incredible Machine.”¹ Human blood retains a link to ancient...
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10 Jun 2019
Laminar versus Turbulent Blood Flow, Reynolds Number, and Relevance to Arterial Health
Laminar flow occurs when blood moves in ordered, parallel layers through the arteries with no obstructions to agitate...
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10 Jun 2019
Surprising Facts About Your Circulatory System
The circulatory system is responsible for transporting more than just blood throughout our bodies. This complex network...
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