Quantitative Circulatory Physiology: an integrative mathematical model of human physiology for medical education.

@article{Abram2007QuantitativeCP,
  title={Quantitative Circulatory Physiology: an integrative mathematical model of human physiology for medical education.},
  author={Sean R Abram and Benjamin L Hodnett and Richard L. Summers and Thomas G. Coleman and Robert L. Hester},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  year={2007},
  volume={31 2},
  pages={202-10}
}
We have developed Quantitative Circulatory Physiology (QCP), a mathematical model of integrative human physiology containing over 4,000 variables of biological interactions. This model provides a teaching environment that mimics clinical problems encountered in the practice of medicine. The model structure is based on documented physiological responses within peer-reviewed literature and serves as a dynamic compendium of physiological knowledge. The model is solved using a desktop, Windows… CONTINUE READING
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