Description of Guyton aldosterone module
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ALDOSTERONE AND ITS FEEDBACK CONTROL FUNCTIONS FOR MODIFICATION OF THE CIRCULATION
Two inputs are used for controlling aldosterone secretion, the potassium concentration in the
extracellular fluids (CKE) and the effect of angiotensin (ANM) on aldosterone secretion.
In turn, multiplier effects for aldosterone control of potassium (AMK) and sodium (AMNA) transport
through cell membranes, especially through the kidney tubule membranes are calculated.
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Description of Guyton aldosterone module
AL4:
Calculation of the driving force of potassium extracellular fluid concentration (CKE)
on aldosterone secretion by subtracting the constant 3.3 from CKE.
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AL1, AL2, and AL3:
Calculation of the partial effect of angiotensin on aldosterone secretion (ANMAL)
based on the general angiotensin multiplier (ANM). The sensitivity of this effect
is controlled by the sensitivity control variable (ANMALD) in Block AL2.
AL14, AL15, and AL16:
These are a sensitivity controller; the control variable for sensitivity is ALDMM in
Block AL15, and the output AM is a general aldosterone multiplier.
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AL5:
Calculation of the basic rate of secretion of aldosterone (AMRBSC) by multiplying
the potassium drive for secretion from Block AL4 times the angiotensin drive for
aldosterone secretion (ANMAL).
AL6, AL7, AL8:
These blocks calculate the aldosterone secretion rate (AMR). Blocks AL6, AL7,
and AL8 represent a sensitivity controller for the control of aldosterone secretion rate.
The sensitivity control variable is AMKMUL in Block AL7.
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AL1, AL2, and AL3:
Calculation of the partial effect of angiotensin on aldosterone secretion (ANMAL)
based on the general angiotensin multiplier (ANM). The sensitivity of this effect
is controlled by the sensitivity control variable (ANMALD) in Block AL2.
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AL9A:
Provision is made here for infusion of aldosterone to perform infusion experiments (ALDINF).
AL9B:
Provision is made here to set the rate of aldosterone entering the circulatory system (AMR1)
to a constant value (ALDKNS) irrespective of all other changes at earlier stages in this
calculation.
AL4:
Calculation of the driving force of potassium extracellular fluid concentration (CKE)
on aldosterone secretion by subtracting the constant 3.3 from CKE.
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AL17, AL18, AL19, and AL20:
This is an additional sensitivity control circuit for controlling the aldosterone
multiplier effect on potassium transport through cell membranes (AMK), especially
in the kidney tubules. The input to this system is the general aldosterone multiplier (AM),
and the sensitivity controller is the variable AMKM in Block AL18. The lower limit to
AMK is set by Block AL20.
AL13:
This block calculates, based on the input of aldosterone concentration (AMC),
an output factor (AM1) for the physiological multiplying effect of aldosterone
on different physiological mechanisms. This is a temporary aldosterone multiplier
effect. It is calculated as shown in the block, with AM1LL equal to the lower
limit of AM1 and AM1UL equal to the upper limit.
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AL24, and AL25:
The upper and lower limits for the controlling effect on sodium
transport are set by variables AMNAUL and AMNALL in Blocks AL24 and AL25 respectively.
AL10, AL11, and AL12:
Calculation of aldosterone concentration (AMC), allowing for a time delay in the
build-up of the aldosterone. The time constant for the time delay is AMT in Block AL12.
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AL5:
Calculation of the basic rate of secretion of aldosterone (AMRBSC) by multiplying
the potassium drive for secretion from Block AL4 times the angiotensin drive for
aldosterone secretion (ANMAL).
AL6, AL7, AL8, and AL9:
These blocks calculate the aldosterone secretion rate (AMR). Blocks AL6, AL7,
and AL8 represent a sensitivity controller for the control of aldosterone secretion rate.
The sensitivity control variable is AMKMUL in Block AL7. Block AL9 sets a lower limit
to the aldosterone secretion equal to zero.
AL9A:
Provision is made here for infusion of aldosterone to perform infusion experiments (ALDINF).
AL9B:
Provision is made here to set the rate of aldosterone entering the circulatory system (AMR1)
to a constant value (ALDKNS) irrespective of all other changes at earlier stages in this
calculation.
AL13:
This block calculates, based on the input of aldosterone concentration (AMC),
an output factor (AM1) for the physiological multiplying effect of aldosterone
on different physiological mechanisms. This is a temporary aldosterone multiplier
effect. It is calculated as shown in the block, with AM1LL equal to the lower
limit of AM1 and AM1UL equal to the upper limit.
AL14, AL15, and AL16:
These are a sensitivity controller; the control variable for sensitivity is ALDMM in
Block AL15, and the output AM is a general aldosterone multiplier.
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AL17, AL18 and AL19:
This is an additional sensitivity control circuit for controlling the aldosterone
multiplier effect on potassium transport through cell membranes (AMK), especially
in the kidney tubules. The input to this system is the general aldosterone multiplier (AM),
and the sensitivity controller is the variable AMKM in Block AL18.
AL10, AL11, and AL12:
Calculation of aldosterone concentration (AMC), allowing for a time delay in the
build-up of the aldosterone. The time constant for the time delay is AMT in Block AL12.
AL21, AL22, AL23, AL24, and AL25:
This circuit calculates an aldosterone multiplier factor for control of sodium
transport through cell membranes (AMNA), with the input to the circuit equal to
the generalized aldosterone multiplier (AM) and a sensitivity controller (AMNAM)
in Block AL22. The upper and lower limits for the controlling effect on sodium
transport are set by variables AMNAUL and AMNALL in Blocks AL24 and AL25 respectively.
This is the CellML 1.1 "parent" file to test the Aldosterone Model.
AL20:
The lower limit to AMK is set by Block AL20.
AL21, AL22 and AL23:
This circuit calculates an aldosterone multiplier factor for control of sodium
transport through cell membranes (AMNA), with the input to the circuit equal to
the generalized aldosterone multiplier (AM) and a sensitivity controller (AMNAM)
in Block AL22.
AL9:
Block AL9 sets a lower limit to the aldosterone secretion equal to zero.
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Component to set all input values to 1.0 or a prescribed value.
Encapsulation grouping component containing all the components in the Aldosterone Model. The inputs and
outputs of the Aldosterone Model must be passed by this component.
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