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The conversion of systolic volume into systolic pressure (the development of numerical model)

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Nov 17, 2014

Yuri Kamnev

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The direct proportional trend of the transition from systolic volume to systolic pressure can be proved theoretically with the help of circulatory numerical model. The model permits to link calculable end-diastolic volume with the observable interrelations between systolic and diastolic...read more

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Diastole
DSP protein, human
Systolic Pressure
Hypertensive Disease
Blood Circulation
Circulatory System
Diastolic Blood Pressure
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  • The conversion of systolic volume into systolic pressure (the development of numerical model)

    bioRxiv

    Nov 17, 2014

    Yuri Kamnev

    PMID: 990011536

    DOI: 10.1101/011536

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    The direct proportional trend of the transition from systolic volume to systolic pressure can be proved theoretically with the help of circulatory numerical model. The model permits to link calculable end-diastolic volume with the observable interrelations between systolic and diastolic...read more

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    Diastole
    DSP protein, human
    Systolic Pressure
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