Fuzzy Control of Arterial Blood Pressure by Volatile Anesthetics
Adjusting tidal volume and frequency depending on the measured expired CO2 concentration and/or the mean airway pressure (or other parameters used to estimate optimization of ventilation)
Adjusting the fresh-gas concentration of oxygen nitrous oxide, and/or volatile anesthetics, so that the desired inspired and/or end-tidal concentration is obtained
Adjusting the inspired and/or end-tidal concentration of volatile anesthetics, so that a desired mean arterial blood pressure is obtained
Minimizing fresh-gas flow of oxygen and nitrous oxide, so that costs for anesthetic gases are reduced while at the same time the ability to adjust rapidly the different gas concentrations is maintained
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