BOGDAN BORCILA, STOIAN PETRESCU, MONICA COSTEA, VALERIA PETRESCU, ROMI BOLOHAN CARDIO-PULMONARY SYSTEM QUANTUM BIOLOGICAL THERMODYNAMICS WITH FINITE SPEED OF THE CARDIO-PULMONARY SYSTEM II- COMPUTATION OF POWER AND THE ENTROPY SOURCE OF THE CARDIO PULMONARY SYSTEM The paper presents the results of the recent studies and research conducted within the Quantum Biological Thermodynamics with Finite Speed on the calculation and interpretation of the Cardio-Pulmonary System performance. Thus, based on the new PV/Px diagram developed for the Cardio-Respiratory System, an original Scheme for calculating the Mechanical Work and Power of the Heart/Lungs has been developed. The new Calculation Scheme allows to study the variation of the Heart and Lungs parameters for each person, in Quantum States and in Processes with and without Quantum Jump. Based on the values calculated in each Stationary State, for the cases studied, the diagrams of the Mechanical Work, of the total Power and the Entropy Source for the Cardio-Pulmonary System, as functions of the Frequencies of the Heart (FH), and the Lungs (FL), the maximum systolic pressure and body mass of the person were thus constructed. The study and interpretation of these diagrams - which are novel elements - provides information on interactions within the Cardio-Pulmonary System or between it and the entire body, particularly useful in bioengineering for optimized and personalized design of artificial organs.
Keywords: Quantum Biological Thermodynamics with Finite Speed, Cardio-Pulmonary System, Processes with and without a Quantum Jump, Stationary States, artificial Organs, Mechanical Work and Power computation, Entropy Source