By N. Ghista Dhanjoo, Eddie Yin-kwee Ng
For the 1st time, this precious publication indicates how cardiac perfusion and pumping could be quantified and correlated. Self-contained and unified in presentation, the reasons within the compendium are precise adequate to seize the reader s interest and entire adequate to supply the history fabric to discover extra into the topic. Mathematically rigorous and clinically orientated, the booklet is a tremendous source for biomedical engineers, cardiologists, cardiac surgeons and clinicians. for college kids, it's an incredible textbook for senior-level classes in cardiovascular engineering.
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After application of LAD perfusion pressure, the great cardiac vein (GCV) ﬂow was absent for 1 or 2 s, indicating that UV was not ﬁlled yet. Then, the GCV ﬂow resumed and gradually increased, indicating ﬁlling of UV. It is noticeable that the LAD ﬂow was signiﬁcantly higher in UV-unﬁlled conditions than in UV-ﬁlled conditions. This is physiologically important as a biomechanical feedback mechanism that pooled blood volume in the capacitance vessels exceeding UV reduces coronary arterial inﬂow. June 6, 2007 6:7 WSPC/SPI-B421 Cardiac Perfusion and Pumping Engineering ch01 Physiomics of Myocardial Perfusion and Pumping 11 Fig.
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