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Simulation of intrinsic cardiac rate regulation


, : Simulation of intrinsic cardiac rate regulation. Acta Biologica et Medica Germanica 39(5): 577-582

The dynamic response of [rabbit] heart rate to a step change in transmural pressure and to sinusoidally varying pressure was investigated. A simple analog model is described simulating the autoregulation of the cardiac rate.


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