Comparison of dye-dilution and plethysmographic blood flow measurements: an evaluation of the influence of invasive techniques on blood flow and on arterial and femoral venous substrate variables in man.

@article{Jorfeldt1990ComparisonOD,
  title={Comparison of dye-dilution and plethysmographic blood flow measurements: an evaluation of the influence of invasive techniques on blood flow and on arterial and femoral venous substrate variables in man.},
  author={L. Jorfeldt and H. Rutberg},
  journal={Clinical science},
  year={1990},
  volume={79 1},
  pages={
          81-7
        }
}
1. In eight healthy volunteers we compared leg blood flow, as determined in a calf segment by strain-gauge plethysmography, with the flow measured by a constant-rate infusion of Indocyanine Green dye into the femoral artery. The representativeness of the calf segment was evaluated by complementary measurements with additional strain gauges attached around the proximal and distal crural and the distal thigh segments (n = 6). Furthermore, we investigated the influence of the catheterization… Expand
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