A mathematical derivation of the P-V relation at end-systole
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A dynamical model of the left ventricle as a thick-walled cylinder contracting radially is used to derive the P-V (pressure-volume) relation in the left ventricular cavity during contraction. It is shown how the mathematical results derived could apply to experimental results.
KeywordsLeft Ventricle Halothane Stroke Volume Oxygen Consumption Rate Left Ventricular Cavity
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