A Control Systems Approach to Quantify Wall Shear Stress Normalization by Flow-Mediated Dilation in the Brachial Artery

@inproceedings{Bussel2015ACS,
  title={A Control Systems Approach to Quantify Wall Shear Stress Normalization by Flow-Mediated Dilation in the Brachial Artery},
  author={Frank C. G. van Bussel and B C T van Bussel and Arnold P. G. Hoeks and Jos op 't Roodt and Ronald M. A. Henry and Isabel Ferreira and Floris H. M. Vanmolkot and Casper G Schalkwijk and Coen D A Stehouwer and Koen D. Reesink},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Flow-mediated dilation is aimed at normalization of local wall shear stress under varying blood flow conditions. Blood flow velocity and vessel diameter are continuous and opposing influences that modulate wall shear stress. We derived an index FMDv to quantify wall shear stress normalization performance by flow-mediated dilation in the brachial artery. In 22 fasting presumed healthy men, we first assessed intra- and inter-session reproducibilities of two indices pFMDv and mFMDv, which consider… CONTINUE READING

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