Experimental verification of the feasibility of the cardiovascular impedance simulator.

Kwan-Woong Gwak, Brad E. Paden, James Antaki & Ihn-Seok Ahn
Mock circulatory systems (MCS) are often used for the development of cardiovascular devices and for the study of the dynamics of blood flow through the cardiovascular system. However, conventional MCS suffer from the repeatability, flexibility, and precision problems because they are typically built up with passive and linear fluidic elements such as compliance chamber, manual valve, and tube. To solve these limitations, we have developed an impedance simulator, comprised of a feedback-controlled positive displacement pump...
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