A nonlinear dynamic model for heart rate response to treadmill walking exercise

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Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Proceedings, 2007, pp. 2988 - 2991
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A dynamic model of the heart rate response to treadmill walking exercise is presented. The model is a feedback interconnected system; the subsystem in the forward path represents the neural response to exercise, while the subsystem in the feedback path describes the peripheral local response. The parameters of the model were estimated from 5 healthy adult male subjects, each undertaking 3 sets of walking exercise at different speeds. Simulated responses from the model closely match the experimental data both in the exercise and the recovery phases. The model will be useful in explaining the cardiovascular response to exercise and in the design of exercise protocols for individuals. © 2007 IEEE.
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