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Mechanical behavior of biological structures under dynamic loading generally depends on elastic as well as viscous properties of biological materials. The significance of "viscous" parameters in real situations remains to be elucidated. Behavior of rheological models consisting of a combination of inertial body and two Voigt's bodies were described(More)
The paper gives a detailed description of a new method for estimating the optimal AV delay in dual chamber paced patients, which is non-invasive, not dependent on the examinator, not time consuming and inexpensive. In principle, the pulse oximetry signal obtained by common finger probe was used to measure the change in its time course after changes in(More)
Authors have been catheterized a total of 36 patients with isolated aortal stenosis. In 14 from them (38%), the mean pression value in pulmonar artery was ranged as over 25 torrs (3.33 kPa). It was proved on the statistical evaluation of hemodynamic data that the pulmonar hypertension is correlated with the pression on the end of diastola of the left(More)
A new method for quantitative assessment of the atrial contribution to ventricular ejection in sequentially paced patients is described. The atrial contribution (AC) has been defined as the pulse pressure decrement (invasive arterial measurement by a canulla inserted into the brachial artery), expressed in percent of the control pulse pressure, induced by(More)
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