Using the Diffusion’s Equation For Modeling the Anomalies in the Human Kidney: When Physics Engineering Faces Global Diseases at the Nano Level
|Published in: ||Innovation in Education and Inclusion : Proceedings of the 16th LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education and Technology|
|Date of Conference: ||July 18-20, 2018|
|Location of Conference: ||Lima, Perú|
Huber Nieto-Chaupis (Universidad de Ciencias y Humanidades, PE)|
|Full Paper: ||#422|
Abstract:We use the well-known diffusion’s equation to model
the anomaly of transport of giant proteins in the human kidney.
We paid attention to the the dynamics of albumin. For this end we
apply a physics model to estimate the dynamical flux of proteins.
We assume that some parts of the kidney might be seen having
a cylindric geometry fact that provides advantages in the sense
of obtain solutions to the diffusion’s in closed-form. Finally we
add to some extent an interpretation to the solutions in terms
of electric charge density moving out of the last layers of the
kidney in the zone of urine formation. Under the hypothesis that
the albumin is negatively charged, then a prospective nanosensor
is envisioned as a nano detector to anticipate future damage to the
functionality of the kidney particularly in those type-2 patients.