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Control Strategies for Monitored Anesthesia Care


Arthur Korn

Semester/Bachelor Thesis, SS 07

Monitored Anesthesia Care is a form of anesthesia used for noninvasive medical and surgical procedures. Introducing feedback to regulate the dosing regime is likely to improve the quality of the procedure. This problem was analyzed and several controller structures implemented and tested in a simulation environment. The results provide a promising controller structure for further work. Also, respiratory rate has been added to the human respiratory system simulation model by Caruso et al. [2007].

Supervisors: A. Caruso, Prof. M. Morari


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(13)Semester/Bachelor Thesis

M. Morari

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@PhdThesis { Xxx:2007:IFA_2890
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