A closed loop cardiopulmonary model composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, a pulmonary circulation, and a coronary circulation.
Model number: 0160
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This is a closed loop cardiopulmonary system composed of a four-chamber varying-elastance heart, a pericardium, a systemic circulation, a coronary circulation, and a pulmonary circulation. The model simulates physiological features such as the arterial blood pressure waveform, end-diastolic left ventricular volume, and coronary capillary flow. This model is a reduced form of the Highly-integrated_human_with_interventions model. The code for simulation of interventions and injuries (aka Physiological Changes), peripheral chemoreceptors, blood gas handling, gas exchange, airway mechanics, and baroreceptors has been removed from the parent model to create the present system. The JSim project file allows the user to simulate certain interventions by changing model parameters in the “Inputs” page. For example, the parameter for pulmonary valve resistance (Rpuv) can be increased to simulate pulmonary valve stenosis.
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- Resistive Element (Model #0069)
- Compliant Element (#0067)
- Single Vessel (#0218)
- Systemic Circulation Olansen et al. 2000 (#0224)
- Pulmonary Circulation Olansen et al. 2000 (#0181)
- Coronary Circulation Zinemanas et al. 1994 (#0128)
- Baroreceptor Lu et al 2001 (#0075)
- Pressure Driven Single Vessel (#0068)
- Ventricle-driven two vessel loop (#0222)
- Stergiopulos 4-element Windkessel (#0219)
- Lumped parameter circulation (#0160)
- Circulation with baroreceptors (#0095)
- Lumped parameter circulation with regulation (#0161)
- Cardiopulmonary mechanics (#0091)
- Cardiopulmonary mechanics with gas exchange (#0092)
- Cardiopulmonary mechanics with gas exchange and blood gas handling (#0093)
- Highly-integrated human (#0153)
- Highly-integrated human with interventions (#0154)
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