Perspectives in Cardiovascular Analysis and Assistance
The basic objective of the research on the cardiovascular system conducted by the Biomedical Engineering Group in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Rutgers University is to obtain a model of the aorta and the left ventricle that can be used to determine abnormalities in the cardiovascular system and also to aid in the optimisation of the action of cardiac assist devices.
KeywordsLeft Ventricle Aortic Pressure Fourier Component Aortic Flow Source Pressure
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