An automatic pneumatic system designed to investigate the physiological effects induced by limb compressions, able to apply customizable pressure patterns in the physiologic range (0–200 mmHg), is here presented. A mathematical model, simulating the whole pneutronic system and its interaction with the limb is described. The model is validated by means of experimental tests. An on-going study aiming to investigate the role of different factors in the development of post compression hyperemia is presented.

A novel pneutronic device for the investigation of compression-induced physiological phenomena: Modeling and experimental testing / Ferraresi, Carlo; DE BENEDICTIS, Carlo; Maffiodo, Daniela; Franco, Walter; Messere, Alessandro; Pertusio, Raffaele; Roatta, Silvestro. - ELETTRONICO. - 65:(2019), pp. 207-215. [10.1007/978-3-030-00329-6_24]

A novel pneutronic device for the investigation of compression-induced physiological phenomena: Modeling and experimental testing

Ferraresi Carlo;De Benedictis Carlo;Maffiodo Daniela;Franco Walter;
2019

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An automatic pneumatic system designed to investigate the physiological effects induced by limb compressions, able to apply customizable pressure patterns in the physiologic range (0–200 mmHg), is here presented. A mathematical model, simulating the whole pneutronic system and its interaction with the limb is described. The model is validated by means of experimental tests. An on-going study aiming to investigate the role of different factors in the development of post compression hyperemia is presented.
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