Month: January 2001

Blood Typing

Have you ever seen blood under the microscope that looks like this? Or like this? Some may say this looks like a condition of hyperproteinemia Some may say this looks like pH is off and the cells are losing their zeta potential. Some may say it is a situation of dehydration. Some may say this …

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The Story of Zeta Potential 1

This begins a series of posts that are basically out-takes from the Biomedx How You Rot & Rust book. They will shed light on the work of Dr. T.C. McDaniel as he clinically applied Thomas Riddick’s work which was discussed in Riddick’s textbook “The Control of Colloid Stability Through Zeta Potential.” In this series you …

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The Story of Zeta Potential 2

Whenever we peer into the microscope to look at living blood, we inevitably come upon principles of chemistry and physics looking back at us. These principles are so core to existence itself that it seems odd that medicine has yet to incorporate these concepts in its practice and medical schools have yet to teach them …

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The Story of Zeta Potential 3

More Pictures of Blood (sort of) Back in the late 1960’s Thomas Riddick who was an engineer and chemist, wrote the book  “Control of Colloid Stability Through Zeta Potential”. It was a masterful work which expressed all the nuances of zeta potential within colloidal systems and included insights into working with cardiovascular disease which we’ll …

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