Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems: Modeling, Analysis, and Control

  title={Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems: Modeling, Analysis, and Control},
  author={Jerry J. Batzel and Franz Kappel and Daniel Schneditz and Hien T. Tran},
Preface 1. The cardiovascular system under an ergometric workload 2. Respiratory modeling 3. Cardio-Respiratory Modeling 4. Blood volume and the venous system 5. Future directions Appendix A. Supplemental calculations B. A Nonlinear feedback law C. Retarded functional differential equations: Basic theory Bibliography Index. 
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