Non-Respiratory Oscillations in Systemic Arterial Pressure of Dogs
In dogs the condition of the cardiovascular control system was investigated quantitatively during haemorrhage, by using a system of transient inputs and by recording arterial blood pressure. The analysis of our results using standard control system techniques demonstrates a probable increase in open loop gain and a reduction of natural frequency. The implications of these findings are discussed.
- Accepted November 4, 1965.
- © 1966 American Heart Association, Inc.