Wave intensity analysis and its application to the coronary circulation

@inproceedings{Broyd2017WaveIA,
  title={Wave intensity analysis and its application to the coronary circulation},
  author={Christopher J Broyd and JE Davies and JE Escaned and Alun D. Hughes and K. Parker},
  booktitle={Global cardiology science & practice},
  year={2017}
}
Wave intensity analysis (WIA) is a technique developed from the field of gas dynamics that is now being applied to assess cardiovascular physiology. It allows quantification of the forces acting to alter flow and pressure within a fluid system, and as such it is highly insightful in ascribing cause to dynamic blood pressure or velocity changes. When co-incident waves arrive at the same spatial location they exert either counteracting or summative effects on flow and pressure. WIA however allows… CONTINUE READING
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