Nonlinear and Frequency-Dependent Mechanical Behavior of the Mouse Respiratory System

Abstract

The assessment of the mechanical properties of the respiratory system is typically done by oscillating flow into the lungs via the trachea, measuring the resulting pressure generated at the trachea, and relating the two signals to each other in terms of some suitable mathematical model. If the perturbing flow signal is broadband and not too large in… (More)
DOI: 10.1114/1.1553453

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