Computer simulation of sensorless fuzzy control of a rotary blood pump to assure normal physiology.

@article{Fu2000ComputerSO,
  title={Computer simulation of sensorless fuzzy control of a rotary blood pump to assure normal physiology.},
  author={Minyue Fu and Li-wei Xu},
  journal={ASAIO journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={273-8}
}
Rotary blood pumps have been considered effective permanently implantable devices. However, control of such pumps is quite complicated. Sensorless control of pump flow is required because no invasive flow or pressure sensors are wanted. Whereas insufficient pump output can cause underperfusion and should be avoided, overpumping may cause ventricular collapse and must be prevented. An intelligent physiologic control algorithm is highly desirable to reach optimal pump output based on physiologic… CONTINUE READING

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