Viscosity and Poiseuille's Law 
Viscosity and Poiseuille's Law
by Eric Strong
Video Lecture 10 of 12
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Date Added: March 4, 2015

Lecture Description

A description of viscosity and Poiseuille's Law, which relates the pressure gradient along an enclosed conduit to the viscosity, length of conduit, radius of conduit, and fluid low. Several examples of its application in medicine are discussed, including rapid infusion of fluids, asthma attacks, hyperviscosity syndrome, and leukostasis.

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Course Description

A physics/math and medicine course with 12 lessons on basic fluid mechanics principles, with emphasis on common medical applications. Topics covered include: Archimedes' principle, specific gravity, hydrostatic pressure, Pascal's law, the continuity equation, Bernoulli's Equation, viscosity, Poiseuille's Law, Reynolds numbers, and more.

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