Organo-Fluorine Compounds as Artificial Blood Substitute
Keywords: Synthesized fluids, Fluoro-carbon compounds
AbstractThe rate of fluoro-carbon compounds as artificial substitute for blood has been discussed. Blood is a complicated body fluid. At first glance it seems impossible that such a complicated body fluid can be replaced by artificial synthesized fluids or any substitute for this can be synthesized. Fluoro-carbon compounds however have advanced research in this area because a number of fluoro-carbon have been found to be highly inert and have high solubility for O/sub 2/CO/sub 2/ and are able to transport O/sub 2/ CO/sub 2/ in vivo.
How to Cite
Agarwal, V. (2014). Organo-Fluorine Compounds as Artificial Blood Substitute. Defence Science Journal, 30(1), 51-54. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.30.6416
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