• Giovanni Ciufetti
  • Rita Lombardini


Details of patient preparation, blood sampling and handling before measurement, and measurement techniques have been published by the International Committee for Standardization in Haematology.8


Shear Rate Blood Viscosity Plasma Viscosity Rotational Viscosimeter Phate Buffer Saline 
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  • Rita Lombardini

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