I didn't think blood was compressible? Typically, blood flow is laminar, if it's turbulent (ignore the medics, they don't know what turbulent means from an engineering stand point) you'll damage the red cells and that's (the medics understand that bit) bad. You then use the best nonNewtonian model for viscosity.
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