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Adj.1.rheologic - of or relating to rheology
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Physicochemical characterization of the gel was conducted via rheologic studies, drug content evaluation, Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), and the mechanism of release was evaluated via varying kinetic models.
Further work-up included a 2D-echocardiogram which revealed an ejection fraction of 71%, eccentric hypertrophy with good wall motion and contractility, and a small pericardial effusion and no signs of myocarditis or rheologic stasis.
Sackmann, "Assembly of collagen matrices as a phase transition revealed by structural and rheologic studies," Biophysical Journal, vol.
Lin et al., "Rheologic fracture mechanism and failure criterion of rock cracks under compressive-shear load with seepage water pressure," Chinese Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, vol.
Their main drawback is the difficulty to perform accurate in vivo experiments in order to identify the values of the parameters that describe the rheologic models because it is difficult to make precise and reproductive rheological measurements with small devices and in a noninvasive way [27].
Influence of rheologic changes and platelet-neutrophil interactions on cell filtration in sepsis.
Meiselman, "Effect of superoxide anions on red blood cell rheologic properties," Free Radical Biology and Medicine, vol.
Funding assistance was provided by the Junta de Andalucia (Research Group RNM325), University of Jaen, and project "Complex rheologic behaviour of active fault zones in carbonate multilayer sequences: applications to the estimation of seismic hazard and the exploitation of water" (University of Jaen).
For instance, they are used as a rheologic additive in some textile finishing applications.
This experimental setup is based on the Ceast Rheologic 5000 capillary rheometer.