# Short term model of the heart output regulation

From BioUML platform

The model was developed by Y.V. Solodyannikov ^{[1]} and describes systemic blood flow through the certain reservoirs of the human body: the left ventricle, the arterial system and the venous system. The model has high time resolution with regime duration ~0.5 s.
The ventricle is modeled as a pump switching between two regimes: systole and diastole. The model also operates with the oxygen debt concept and includes neuro-humoral regulation.

It was recreated as a BioUML modular model. The recreated model contains:

- 58 parameters,
- 14 assignments,
- 6 ordinary differential equations,
- 2 descrete events corresponding to systole-diastole and diastole-systole transitions.

## References

- ↑ Solodyannikov Y.V. The elements or mathematical modeling and hemodynamics system identification. Samara: The university of Samara, 1994.