Nov 17, 2014

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

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Yuri Kamnev

Abstract

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 operates with compound parameter (anatomical portion of pipe, relation to the phase of cardiac cycle and pressure) which permits to adjust steady flow hydrodynamics to the description of the flow with interrupted indraft of pressure. The outstripping growth of systolic pressure (when diastolic pressure is rising with constant increment) is deduced and the above phenomenon can be observed if tracing systolic, diastolic and pulse pressures according to clinical gradation of arterial hypertension.

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Circulatory System
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Hypertensive Disease
Blood Circulation
Description
Diastole
Compound (Substance)
DSP protein, human
Systolic Pressure

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