The Hemorheological properties of blood among Saudi male Smokers in Sakaka city, Aljouf, Saudi Arabia Full Text
Middle East Journal of Family Medicine, 07/05/2012
Almarshad HA et al. – Alterations of blood rheology in turn can promote atherothrombogenesis in several ways. Smoking increases the risk of vascular diseases through its effects on blood rheology. Further prospective and public health studies would be required to deal with common reasons which influence smoking behavior as well as to deal with the blood rheological changes.