Inspiratory timing during anaesthesia: a model of cardioventilatory coupling.

@article{Galletly2001InspiratoryTD,
  title={Inspiratory timing during anaesthesia: a model of cardioventilatory coupling.},
  author={Duncan C. Galletly and Peter D. Larsen},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={2001},
  volume={86 6},
  pages={
          777-88
        }
}
We describe a simple model of cardioventilatory coupling in which a hypothetical inspiratory pacemaker is stimulated by a signal related to cardiac action. At suitable values for the control variables (cardiac signal magnitude, heart rate, inspiratory pacemaker rate and inspiratory rate variability), the model was found to: (1) replicate all clinically described patterns of coupling; (2) predict variations in these described patterns and new patterns which were subsequently found in clinical… CONTINUE READING

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