The present control method used in our helical flow total artificial heart (HFTAH) would only need four parameters. Nowadays, gauge pressure sensors are being used to obtain the pressure needed for control parameters. Nevertheless, there are also many following problems such as calibration, maintenance, offset drift and infection due to the skin-penetrative lines for the usage of gauge pressure sensor. Therefore, it is preferable to find another substitutional way instead of the gauge sensor to measure the pressure. In addition, with an eye to completing an implantable HFTAH, we would like to do without any lines through the experiment animal. Therefore, it was confirmed in this study that whether there is a relation between the left atrial pressure (LAP) and its pulse pressure (amplitude). Subsequently the mean value of LAP and its amplitude were quantified. There are two methods used in this study to process the data. Method one, frequency spectrum analysis, is to quantify the signals by getting the absolute value of amplitude for a fixed heartbeat analysis. Method two, by using the synchronous detection method, it is postulated to be more applicable to variant heartbeat data with 1/R control. By the relation of LAP and the pulse pressure acquired in the above two methods, as long as the amplitude of LAP is known by the absolute pressure sensor, it's able to obtain the mean value of LAP (for it suggests a linear relation). Therefore the characteristic could substitute one of the control parameter (that is the LAP), and the other three parameters will be acquired by estimation thus it doesn't need to measure them additionally. Consequently, it is expected that acquiring LAP by absolute pressure sensor for one of the control parameters could attain to an implantable HFTAH.