Within the present investigation, a miniature viscous disk pump (VDP) is utilized to characterize and quantify non-Newtonian fluid elastic turbulence effects, relative to Newtonian flow behavior. Such deviations from Newtonian behavior are induced by adding polyacrylamide to purified water. The VDP consists of a 10.16 mm diameter disk that rotates above a C-shaped channel with inner and outer radii of 1.19 mm and 2.38 mm, respectively. A channel depth of 230 *μ*m is employed. Fluid inlet and outlet ports are located at the ends of the C-shaped channel. Experimental data are given for rotational speeds of 126 1/s, 188 1/s, 262 1/s, and 366 1/s, pressure rises as high as 700 Pa, and flow rates up to approximately 0.00000005 m^{3}/s. Reynolds number ranges from 2.9 to 6.5 for the non-Newtonian polyacrylamide solution flows and from 51.6 to 149.8 for the Newtonian pure water flows. To characterize deviations due to non-Newtonian elastic turbulence phenomena, two new parameters are introduced, PrR and HCR, where HCR is the ratio of head coefficient (HC) for the polyacrylamide solution and head coefficient for the water solution, and PrR is the ratio of pump power for the polyacrylamide solution and pump power for the water solution. Relative to Newtonian, pure water flows, the polyacrylamide solution flows give pump head coefficient data, dimensional pressure rise data, slip coefficients (SCs), specific speed (SS) values, and dimensional power data, which show significant variations and differences as they vary with flow coefficient (FC) or dimensional volumetric flow rate. Also important are different ranges of specific speed (SS) for the pure water and polyacrylamide solutions, and a lower range of SC or slip coefficient values for the polyacrylamide solution flows, compared to the pure water flows. These variations are due to increased elastic turbulence losses, which occur as viscosity magnitudes increase and the elastic polymers are excited by mechanical stress, which causes them to extend, deform, stretch, and intertwine.