Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems: Modeling, Analysis, and Control uses a principle-based modeling approach and analysis of feedback control regulation to elucidate the physiological relationships. Models are arranged around specific questions or conditions, such as exercise or sleep transition, and are generally based on physiological mechanisms rather than on formal descriptions of input-output behavior. The authors ask open questions relevant to medical and clinical applications and clarify underlying themes of physiological control organization. Current problems, key issues, developing trends, and unresolved questions are highlighted. Researchers and graduate students in mathematical biology and biomedical engineering will find this book useful. It will also appeal to researchers in the physiological and life sciences who are interested in mathematical modeling.Organ Perfusion Lungs 100% Myocard 5% Brain 15% Kidneys 20% Skeletal muscles 15% Skin 10% Liver 10% ... A frequently used representation of the heart cycle is the volume-pressure diagram presented in Figure 1.1 (lower panel) .
|Title||:||Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems|
|Author||:||Jerry J. Batzel, Franz Kappel, Daniel Schneditz, Hien T. Tran|
|Publisher||:||SIAM - 2007-09-20|