BOGDAN BORCILA, STOIAN PETRESCU, MONICA COSTEA, VALERIA PETRESCU, ROMI BOLOHAN QUANTUM BIOLOGICAL THERMODYNAMICS WITH FINITE SPEED OF THE CARDIO-PULMONARY SYSTEM III-COMPARISON BETWEEN STATIONARY STATES AND PROCESSES WITH OR WITHOUT QUANTUM JUMP FOR A FAMILY MEMBERS The paper presents studies based on measurements of the Fundamental State Parameters (FH, FL, Rf and N, the quantum interaction number between the Heart and the Lungs) of the Cardio-Pulmonary System by persons belonging to a family, based on established protocols, for a more complete knowledge of its functioning. Thus, the persons are different in terms of age, sex and physical characteristics (weight, height, and lifestyle), they have parental or cohabiting statuses (mother-son, father-son, husband-wife). They perform the same activities or have different concerns with a higher or lower Power consumption. The diagrams constructed using the Fundamental State Parameters in Quantum Biological Thermodynamics with Finite Speed (QBTFS) allow the study of Stationary Quantum States and the interaction Processes between them (with or without Quantum Jump), which provides very important data on the functional characteristics of the Cardio-Pulmonary System for each person. The information obtained within QBTFS of the Cardio-Pulmonary System is particularly useful for the personalized design of the Hearts and artificial Lungs according to the physical and physiological particularities of different patients.
Keywords: Fundamentals State Parameters, Cardio-Pulmonary System, Stationary States, Quantum Biological Thermodynamics with Finite Speed, Processes with or without Quantum Jump.