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Figure 1 | Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Figure 1

From: Force plate monitoring of human hemodynamics

Figure 1

Typical example of the first averaged curvature during the pulse wave propagation. The first averaged curvature of the force plate signal is compared with times when the pulse wave reaches certain morphological structures (labeled vertical lines). The labels represent: 1 – aortal root; 2 – truncus brachiocephalicus; 3-top of the aortal arch; 4 – below the diaphragm; 5 – origin of renal arteries; 6 – the bifurcation of the abdominal aorta to the common iliac arteries; 7 – junction of the external iliac artery and femoral artery. The time counting starts at the maximum of the ECG R wave. The inset displays the first (crosses), second (squares) and third (circles) averaged curvatures referring to a marked time interval.

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