Deformation of the myocardium during CPR

@article{Moradicheghamahi2022DeformationOT,
  title={Deformation of the myocardium during CPR},
  author={Jafar Moradicheghamahi and Gerard Fortuny and Jos'e M. L'opez and Joan Herrero and Dolors Puigjaner},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.15804}
}
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure performed on patients during cardiac and respiratory arrest. This procedure externally activates the cardiac and respiratory systems via the delivery of chest compression and artificial ventilation. As the main purpose of CPR is to recirculate the blood flow, prediction of the myocardium behavior has great importance. This prediction allows us to have a better understanding of the needed force to recirculate blood without hurting the… 

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