STATISTICAL NATURE OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND FLOW WAVES.

B. Szucs, E. Monos

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Abstract

The survey of a complex statistical study of the cardiovascular system in normo- and hypo-tensive states are presented. Signals derived from ascending aorta, iliac artery and right atrium are analyzed in anaethetized dogs during observation periods of 30 min. Circulatory waves separated by frequency analysis are statistically reduced by correlation functions, power density spectra, etc. A practical view of obtaining the necessary length of observation period and that of stationarity test is given.

Original languageEnglish
Pages217-222
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 1973
EventMeas and Process Identification by Correl and Spectral Tech, Int Symp - Bradford, Engl
Duration: Jan 2 1973Jan 5 1973

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OtherMeas and Process Identification by Correl and Spectral Tech, Int Symp
CityBradford, Engl
Period1/2/731/5/73

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  • Engineering(all)

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    Szucs, B., & Monos, E. (1973). STATISTICAL NATURE OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND FLOW WAVES.. 217-222. Paper presented at Meas and Process Identification by Correl and Spectral Tech, Int Symp, Bradford, Engl, .