Multiple model SPGPC for blood pressure control

By Silva, H.A.; Maitelli, A.L.; Leão, C.P.; Seabra, E.A.

ICINCO 2015 - 12th International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics, Proceedings



Multiple model adaptive control procedures have been considered for a computer-based feedback system, which regulates the infusion rate of a drug (nitroprusside) in order to maintain the desired blood pressure. Transfer function parameters can differ significantly between patients, and also time-dependent, the development of a suitable algorithm becomes desirable not only for maintaining steady-state but also the transient specifications. In this paper, based on computer simulations, a multiple model adaptive control procedures show to be successfully applied to control the blood pressure, despite the uncertainty related with delays, time constant, and gains associated.


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