Accommodation of time delay variations in automatic infusion of sodium nitroprusside

  title={Accommodation of time delay variations in automatic infusion of sodium nitroprusside},
  author={J S Delapasse and Kazem Behbehani and Kuangchung Tsui and K. W. Klein},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
A new self-tuning regulator for control of mean arterial blood pressure using sodium nitroprusside is presented. In addition to adapting to various patient response gains and time constants, the controller can accommodate variations in pure time delays, a problem that has not been addressed fully in previously proposed controllers. The control algorithm derivation is based on incorporating a self-turning controller with an adaptive discrete time delay compensator. The derivation, however, is… CONTINUE READING

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