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  1. Windkessel effect - Wikipedia

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    Windkessel effect is a term used in medicine to account for the shape of the arterial blood pressure waveform in terms of the interaction between the stroke volume and the compliance of the aorta and large elastic arteries (Windkessel vessels) and the resistance of the smaller arteries and arterioles.

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  3. Talk:Windkessel effect - Wikipedia

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    Discussion of theory applied to Wikipedia rules is solicited in further description. [Lusitropy] in [Heart Failure] remains poorly understood, please elaborate further. Unfortunately I don't follow all of your argument. However, as the article states, the Windkessel effect does not encompass all of the dynamic fluid behaviour of the circulation.

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  5. Windkessel effect - Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

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    Windkessel effect Windkessel effect is the term used in medicine to describe the recoiling effect of large arteries (Windkessel vessels). Windkessel in German means "elastic reservoir". [ Ganong M.D., William F. (2005): "Review of Medical Physiology", Twenty-Second Edition, page 587.

  6. Windkessel effect is a term used in medicine to account for the shape of the arterial blood pressure waveform in terms of the interaction between the stroke volume and the compliance of the aorta and large elastic arteries (Windkessel vessels) and the resistance of the smaller arteries and arterioles.

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  8. Windkessel effect - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Windkessel effect is a term used in medicine to account for the shape of the arterial blood pressure waveform in terms of the interaction between the stroke volume and the compliance of the aorta and large elastic arteries (Windkessel vessels).

  9. Windkessel effect : definition of Windkessel effect and ...

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    Windkessel effect is a term used in medicine to account for the shape of the arterial pressure waveform in terms of the interaction between the stroke volume and the compliance of the aorta and large elastic arteries (Windkessel vessels). Windkessel in German literally means 'air chamber', but is generally taken to imply an elastic reservoir.

  10. Windkessel effect — Википедия

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    "Windkessel" в переводе с немецкого на русский означает примерно "сосуд" или "бак", но используется с понятием эластичного сосуда. Стенки больших, эластических артерий (как например аорта, обычная ...

  11. ウィンドケッセルモデル - Wikipedia

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    ウィンドケッセルモデル(英: Windkessel model )とは、医学、特に循環生理学において 動脈圧 (英語版) の波形を 一回拍出量 (英語版) と動脈壁のコンプライアンスの相互作用の観点から説明する際に使われる概念である。