Assessment of Polynomial Model of Two Interacting Pacemakers Taking into Account the Time of Refractoriness

The cardiac tissue is described as an active conductive system in this study, which takes into consideration its self-oscillating capabilities. The theory of dynamic systems may be used to characterise cardiac rhythms in this type of model, which justifies the requirement for a universal oscillating medium model. This type of model aids in the study of cardiac activity disorders such as parasecoli and AB-blockade. Because arrhythmias are induced by particular diseases in the heart muscle and are thus pathological states, modelling such systems is of significant practical importance and can help solve the problem of controlling their behaviour by external inputs.

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Sergey Belyakin
Department of General Physics, Physics Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

Sergey Shuteev
Laboratory of Dynamic Systems, Physics Faculty, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.

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