The first edition of the book was written employing mathematical techniques to formulate the physical principles involved in the structural and functional correlates of the underlying physiology.
This current and self-contained second edition updates many of the new findings since its first edition a decade ago. It also includes a new chapter on the "Interaction with the Heart". The dynamics of the arterial system, the venous system, the microcirculation and their interaction with the heart are quantitatively described in terms of their structures and functions. Clinical measurements, applications to the cardiovascular field and physiological mechanisms are clearly identified throughout the text. Most importantly, worked examples are provided, such that the readers can appreciate the application aspects of the underlying formulation.
Readership: Researchers, academics, professionals, undergraduate and graduate students in bioengineering, electrical & mechanical engineering, cardiology and biophysics.