The Application of ARX Modelling to Ventilatory Control
Instability of the respiratory control system causes periodic breathing, and life-threatening hypoxia may also occur during this time. Simple analysis of the steady-state ventilatory response to hypercapnia or hypoxia is not sufficient to evaluate the stability of this system, because the respiratory control system has a number of negative feedback loops, as shown in Figure 1.
KeywordsWork Rate Ventilatory Response Periodic Breathing Exogenous Input Pseudorandom Binary Sequence
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