Renal Function and Blood Pressure Stabilization

  • Dietmar P. F. Möller
Part of the Advances in Simulation book series (ADVS.SIMULATION, volume 6)


The model of the renal function for blood pressure stabilization as presented in this chapter is an example of long term circulatory regulation. Its structure explicitly contains the relevant biological parameters in a morphologically oriented manner for comparing simulation results with these obtained from measurements of the real system.


Arterial Blood Pressure Venous Return Peripheral Resistance Atrial Pressure Total Peripheral Resistance 
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