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Clinical Exercise Physiology FOREARM BLOOD FLOW IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHF AND AGE-MATCHED HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS: A STUDY AND HISTORICAL REVIEW

@inproceedings{Patterson2011ClinicalEP,
  title={Clinical Exercise Physiology FOREARM BLOOD FLOW IN INDIVIDUALS WITH CHF AND AGE-MATCHED HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS: A STUDY AND HISTORICAL REVIEW},
  author={Jeremy Patterson and Steve E. Selig and Deidre Toia and Voramont Bamroongsuk and David L. Hare},
  year={2011}
}
Jeremy A. Patterson, Steve E. Selig, Deidre Toia, Voramont Bamroongsuk, David L. Hare. Forearm Blood Flow In Individuals With CHF And Age-Matched Healthy Volunteers: A Study And Historical Review. JEPonline 2007;10(5):1-15. This study examined forearm blood flow (FBF) in individuals with chronic heart failure (CHF) at rest, moderate exercise, and following limb occlusion. FBF was measured by venous occlusion plethysmography in CHF patients (n = 43) and healthy age-matched volunteers (n = 8) at… 

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