Commit 364330da by Jeff Webb

### Another respiratory documentation tweak.

parent 83f86689
 ... ... @@ -308,7 +308,7 @@ Each segment is given as a fraction of the total breath, with all summing to a v Equation 7.
Unless a conscious respiration action is called, all other segment fractions are set to 0. The inspiratory-expiratory ratio will change based on the driver respiration rate. The time series of the respiratory muscle pressure (Pmus) is given by @cite Fresnel2014musclePressure, Unless a conscious respiration action is called, all other segment fractions are set to 0. The inspiratory-expiratory ratio will change based on the driver respiration rate. The time series(t) of the respiratory muscle pressure (Pmus) is given by @cite Fresnel2014musclePressure, \f[{P_{mus}} = \left\{ {\begin{array}{*{20}{l}} {{P_{\min }} \cdot \sin \left( {\frac{\pi }{2} \cdot \frac{t}{{{t_1}}}} \right),}&{0 < t \le {t_1}}\\ ... ... @@ -325,7 +325,7 @@ Unless a conscious respiration action is called, all other segment fractions are Equation 8.
Where P0.1 is the airway occlusion pressure, measured 100 ms after the onset of inspiration during quiet breathing. We set this to a constant healthy value of 0.75. Pmin is the largest negative pressure value during inhalation and Pmax is the largest positive pressure value during exhalation, the combination of which specifies the amplitude of the pressure source signal. Each time value (t with a subscript) is determined using set fractions and the total breath time to achieve the desired inspiratory-expiratory ratio. Figure 3 shows the basic segmented muscle driver waveform used. Where Pmin is the largest negative pressure value during inhalation and Pmax is the largest positive pressure value during exhalation, the combination of which specifies the amplitude of the pressure source signal. Each time value (t with a subscript) is determined using set fractions and the total breath time to achieve the desired inspiratory-expiratory ratio. Figure 3 shows the basic segmented muscle driver waveform used.
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