Mathematical Model of Arterial Hemodynamics, Description, Computer Implementation, Results Comparison

Elshin Mikhail Anatolievich, Guljaev Juriy Petrovich

Abstract


Analysis of basic parameters of a blood pressure in major arteries of human body is essential issue nowadays. It can help to select more appropriate way of surgical intervention for people who are ill with pathological changes of arteries, for example atherosclerosis. New mathematical model of blood pressure was developed to do such kind of analysis. The mathematical model is one-dimensional in terms of spatial coordinates. It contains verity of parameters that makes available to adjust this model to arterial bed of any exact case of any exact patient. Piece of software was implemented on the basis of the mathematical model. The software is aimed to build any particular part of arterial system and calculate parameters of blood pressure in it. Comparison of results gathered by developed software and by finite-element analysis software ADINA showed a slight difference. But the calculation time for the first one is a considerably less.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/apr.v5n3p19

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Applied Physics Research   ISSN 1916-9639 (Print)   ISSN 1916-9647 (Online)

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