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Pulmonary Vascular Bed 1. Pulmonary Circuit as Two-Energy-Port System Those early models of Grodins (1959) and Defares et al. (1963) concerning overall circulatory mechanics treated the pulmonary circuit as a twoenergy-port system which interacts with the right ventricle at the arterial port and with the left atrium at the venous port (Fig. 27A). It is par(A) sA ^ (B) _^^A sA^ ,^Α Vth FIG. 27. Schematic explanation of modeling the pulmonary vascular bed by twoport analysis (A) and three-port analysis (B).
1960) and Downing and Sonnenblick (1964). 28 KIICHI SAGA WA 400 H 3 0 0 l· £ 200 100 h 10 15 20 25 Ventricular volume (ml) FIG. 14. Pressure-volume loops and peak systolic pressure curves before (solid line) and after (broken line) doubling arterial resistance in the modified Robinson's model. The homeometric autoregulation activated by the increased afterload elevates PS(V) to Pa'(V) and prevents large changes in end-systolic and diastolic volumes. Modified from Robinson (1965). 120 100 £■ 80 60 40 20 50 100 150 200 Mean aortic pressure (mm Hg) FIG.
1954; Braunwald et al, 1968). The time course of the force development in the contractile element was defined by a time-varying activation factor, a (Fig. 21), which starts from the minimum value, δ, rises to the peak value 1 + δ, and then declines slowly toward δ. There is no exact experimental basis for the triangular shape of this curve, although recent investigations are consonant with such a concept of rise and fall of active state (Sonnenblick, 1967). The activation factor for the atrium was assumed to be a similar but asymmetric trapezoidal function of time.