By Gaetano D Gargiulo; Alistair McEwan

ISBN-10: 9533075554

ISBN-13: 9789533075556

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2005). Cardiac index measurements during rapid preload changes: a comparison of pulmonary artery thermodilution with arterial pulse contour analysis. , and W. Blumen, 1993: Comparative analysis of lowlevel cold fronts: Wavelet, Fourier, and empirical orthogonal function decompositions. Mon. Wea. , 121, 2867–2878. Green, JF. (1984) Mechanical Concepts in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Physiology. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. , and S. G. H. Philander, 1995: Secular changes of annual and interannual variability in the Tropics during the past century.

With comparing the original waveform and transform data, some special features can be detected in the frequency domain. The regular waveform from a normal subject has data nearly U shape distributed in the frequency domain. Lower frequencies and higher frequencies get bigger values and the slop goes smoothly from negative to positive. The peak value at lower frequency side is almost 50% bigger than the peak value at higher frequency side. The data become inconspicuous for frequencies between10 and 190 Hz.

Only the appropriate and stable contour of the pulse wave was recorded. As shown in Figure, the first part of the waveform (systolic component) is result of pressure transmissions along a direct path from the aortic root to the wrist. The second part (diastolic component) is caused by the pressure transmitted from the ventricle along the aorta to the lower body. The time interval between the diastolic component and the systolic component depends upon the PWV of the pressure waves within the aorta and large arteries which is related to artery stiffness.

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