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KENYERES, Péter

KENYERES, Péter

senior lecturer

1st Department of Medicine

Phone: 32638, *0568

Supervisor of the following TDK topics

Supervisor: KENYERES, Péter

Hemorheology concerns both the global flow properties of blood and the unique properties of certain components. Ektacytometry is used to describe erythrocyte deformability. It measures the extent of deformation that various known stresses cause to cells. Results are not only affected by the physical properties of the intact cells but may be biased by changes due to manipulation with the cells and measurement circumstances as well. The study aims to uncover methodical pitfalls. We aim to set up measurement standards where bias of results is minimal. We also seek transformation methods to make results of measurements performed among different circumstances comparable.

Supervisor: KENYERES, Péter

Co-supervisor: Dr. RÁBAI, Miklós

Hematological malignancies are accompanied with the clonal overproliferation of a blood component and the suppression of others. The composition of blood may be drastically different from the healthy one that may lead to macro- and microcirculatory consequences. Therapeutic methods aim to reduce pathologically high cell numbers and substitute scarce ones. We aim to study the hemorheological consequence of the diseases and applied therapies. We investigate what support hemorheological methods may provide to assess the risk for certain complications, the effectiveness of therapy or to schedule therapy.

Supervisor: KENYERES, Péter

Co-supervisor: Dr. RÁBAI, Miklós

Hemorheology concerns both the global flow properties of blood and the unique properties of certain components. Ektacytometry is used to describe erythrocyte deformability. It measures the extent of deformation that various known stresses cause to cells. Results are not only affected by the physical properties of the intact cells but may be biased by changes due to manipulation with the cells and measurement circumstances as well. The study aims to uncover methodical pitfalls. We aim to set up measurement standards where bias of results is minimal. We also seek transformation methods to make results of measurements performed among different circumstances comparable.

Supervisor: MÁRTON, Zsolt

Co-supervisor: Dr. KENYERES, Péter

Critically ill patients treated in intensive care units often have impaired circulation, increased peripheral vascular resistance and diminished microcirculation. In such conditions hemorheological properties (viscosity, red blood cell deformation and aggregation) may have increased significance. We study the prognostic value of the monitoring of invasively or non-invasively measured hemodynamic and hemorheological parameters in various patients, and investigate what additional prognostic information they may add to standard intensive care prognostic scores (e.g. APACHE, SAPS).