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Figure 2 | Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Figure 2

From: Force plate monitoring of human hemodynamics

Figure 2

Typical example of the first averaged curvature during the whole heart cycle. The first averaged curvature is plotted as a function of time (full line) together with the pressure measured in the left ventricle (dashed line) and in the aortal root (dotted line). The moments when the pulse wave reaches certain morphological structures are labeled with dashed vertical lines. The numbers have the same meaning as on the Figure 1. The inset a) displays the marked peak (atrial contraction) together with the derivative of the ventricular pressure. The inset b) shows the averaged curvature peak corresponding to the rapid filling together with the derivative of the ventricular pressure.

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