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Gary M. Drzewiecki
Address: 599 Taylor Road
  Piscataway, NJ 08854
Room: BME-304
Phone: 848-445-6688
Email: garydrz AT rci.rutgers.edu
 
Our lab is devoted to models and measurements of the cardiovascular system. Most recently, we have developed: a new method for the continuous noninvasive measurement of arterial blood pressure; a model of the mechanics of stunned myocardium; fluid dynamic models of pressure and flow in arterial stenosis; and a noninvasive method that analyzes routine blood pressure data to yield the lumen area and compliance of the blood vessels underlying the occlusive cuff.
Recent Papers:

1.   Du, F, Chen, XL, Drzewiecki, G, Li, JJ, and Kedem, J, Hypervolaemia Improves Global and Local Function and Efficiency in Postischaemic Myocardium Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 8: 630-636 (2001).

2.   Barton-Scott, T, and Drzewiecki, G, Origines of Pressure Variability in Compressed Blood Vessels American Journal of Hypertension 13; 225A (2000).

3.   Zbaida, A, Barton-Scott, T, Drzewiecki, G, Li, K-J, and Kedem, J, Series Elastic Fiber Damage in Stunned Myocardium American Journal of Hypertension 13; 51A (2000).


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