A randomized blinded comparison of two methods used for venous antistasis in tetraplegia.

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OBJECTIVE The hemodynamic effects of slow sequential compression (SCD) were compared with rapid intermittent pulsatile compression (IPC) in subjects with complete tetraplegia. METHODS Twenty subjects underwent Doppler examination of the bilateral popliteal and femoral veins. Resting volume flow per minute (VFM), average venous velocity (AVV), and maximal… (More)

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@article{Nash2000ARB, title={A randomized blinded comparison of two methods used for venous antistasis in tetraplegia.}, author={Mark S Nash and Cyrus David Mintz and Berta M. Montalvo and Patrick Jacobs}, journal={The journal of spinal cord medicine}, year={2000}, volume={23 4}, pages={221-7} }