By N. Ghista Dhanjoo, Eddie Yin-kwee Ng
For the 1st time, this useful e-book indicates how cardiac perfusion and pumping may be quantified and correlated. Self-contained and unified in presentation, the reasons within the compendium are distinct sufficient to seize the reader s interest and whole adequate to supply the historical past fabric to discover additional into the topic. Mathematically rigorous and clinically orientated, the ebook is a huge source for biomedical engineers, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and clinicians. for college students, it's a fantastic textbook for senior-level classes in cardiovascular engineering.
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Generally, at a given level of contractility, muscular function depends on loading conditions; that is, sarcomere pre- and after-load. June 6, 2007 6:8 WSPC/SPI-B421 Cardiac Perfusion and Pumping Engineering ch02 LV Inhomogeneity and the Heart’s Functional Reserve 19 At the macroscopic level, regional loading of myocytes’ depends on local wall structure which results in regional diﬀerences of function. 21,22 In other words, at the beginning of systole, myocytes in diﬀerent wall regions have diﬀerent load and initial length.
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