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The paper considers stationary flow of blood in vessels with permeable walls. Since, the outflow of blood in the branches departing from the main arterial trunk can be approximately mathematically modeled by introducing an equivalent wall permeability coefficient. To determine the hydraulic resistance in an arterial vessel, the blood is considered to be a Newtonian viscous fluid, and the flows are stationary.It should be noted that in addition to wave flows in the arterial vessel, it is advisable to study the steady flow of blood in a vessel with permeable walls. However, this case does not follow from the solution for wave flows by the limiting transition at. Therefore, in this paper we consider stationary problems in a separate formulation. In solving problems, formulas are obtained for determining the corresponding hydrodynamic parameters, such as velocity, fluid flow, and pressure gradient.Impedance method determined the hydraulic resistance. With a steady flow of hydraulic resistance in a permeable vessel, it depends significantly on the permeability coefficient: with increasing this coefficient, it decreases.