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Title: Modeling Pulsatility in the Human Cardiovascular System
Authors: de los Reyes V, Aurelio
Kappel, Franz
Keywords: Mathematical Cardiovascular Model
Pulsatility
Contractility
Left Ventricular Elastance
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - National Committee for Mathematics
Citation: Mathematica Balkanica New Series, Vol. 24, Fasc 3-4 (2010), 229p-242p
Abstract: In this study we investigated, modified and combined two existing mathematical cardiovascular models, a non-pulsatile global model and a simplified pulsatile left heart model. The first goal of the study was to integrate these models. The main objective is to have a global lumped parameter pulsatile model that predicts the pressures in the systemic and pulmonary circulation, and specifically the pulsatile pressures in the the finger arteries where real-time measurements can be obtained. Modifications were made in the ventricular elastance to model the stiffness of heart muscles under stress or exercise state. The systemic aorta compartment is added to the combined model. A finger artery compartment is included to reflect measurements of pulsatile pressures. Parameters were estimated to simulate an average normal blood pressures. Preliminary simulation results are presented.
Description: AMS Subj. Classification: 92C30
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10525/1336
ISSN: 0205-3217
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