Perfect-mixer retention function by analytical deconvolution of tracer histograms: application to evaluation of left-ventricular contractility and competence.


The analytical solution for the perfect-mixer retention function, r(t), was developed from tracer histograms sampled at the system input, i(t), and its output, y(t), linked by the convolution integral y = i * r. Theories were developed for both continuous-output mixer and pulsatile, discrete mixer. The latter method was applied in first-pass… (More)


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