The Investigation and Clinical Significance of Resonance in the Heart Rate and Vascular Tone Baroreflexes

@inproceedings{Vaschillo2011TheIA,
  title={The Investigation and Clinical Significance of Resonance in the Heart Rate and Vascular Tone Baroreflexes},
  author={Evgeny G. Vaschillo and Bronya Vaschillo and Jennifer F. Buckman and Robert J. Pandina and Marsha E. Bates},
  year={2011}
}
The heart rate (HR) and vascular tone (VT) baroreflexes are control systems with negative feedback. As closed-loop control systems with delays, they possess resonance features at approximately 0.1 Hz and 0.03 Hz, which correspond to a ~5-s delay in the blood pressure (BP) response to HR changes and a ~15-s delay in VT response to BP changes, respectively. Unlike a single impact on the cardiovascular system (CVS) that elicits HR, BP, and VT oscillatory responses that fade over time, rhythmical… CONTINUE READING

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