The Study of Hemodynamic in Stenosed Human Arteries with Sodium Alginate Nanoparticles as A Drug Carrier


Blood flow in stenosed human arteries in the presence of sodium alginate nanoparticles is simulated. Effect of sodium alginate (SA) nanoparticles on velocity, flow rate and resistive impedance to blood flow in stenosed human arteries is studied. The equations governing blood flow are discretized using finite differences. The MATLAB software is used to simulate the discretized equations. Presence of nanoparticles is observed to influence velocity, flow rate and impedance to blood flow. Resistance to flow is observed to be less in the presence of nanoparticles. This nanoparticle drug delivery may be useful for patients having cardiovascular diseases.
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Bodke, N. S. ., & Fernandes, I. . (2022). The Study of Hemodynamic in Stenosed Human Arteries with Sodium Alginate Nanoparticles as A Drug Carrier . European Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 3(5), 1–6.

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