About the book
Here is a book project open to anyone who has anything to say concerning hemodynamics. McDonald defined hemodynamics as the physical study of flowing blood and of all the solid structures (such as arteries) through which it flows. He mentions not only the vessels but "all the solid structures". Since the diseases or clinical states affect various aspects of hemorheology and hemodynamics, the sections of this book are designed accordingly.
Therefore in the present book, the coverage is patho-physiological hemodynamic changes in both the cardiovascular system and different conditions. The sections will enclose: rheological behavior of blood and its formed elements; cardiovascular, renal, and cerebral hemodynamics; monitoring and imaging; mechanical circulatory support; changes due to maternity, exercise, and various other clinical conditions.
This publication will focus on from A to Z, from very basics to most recent advancements, in the area. The goal is to nurture substantial interchange between basic scientists and clinicians on the field to promote collaborative efforts. Any contribution to serve this purpose would be highly appreciated.