Comparison of high-definition oscillometry -- a non-invasive technology for arterial blood pressure measurement -- with a direct invasive method using radio-telemetry in awake healthy cats.

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This study compared indirect blood pressure measurements using a non-invasive method, high-definition oscillometry (HDO), with direct measurements using a radio-telemetry device in awake cats. Paired measurements partitioned to five sub-ranges were collected in six cats using both methods. The results were analysed for assessment of correlation and… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1098612X13495025

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@article{Martel2013ComparisonOH, title={Comparison of high-definition oscillometry -- a non-invasive technology for arterial blood pressure measurement -- with a direct invasive method using radio-telemetry in awake healthy cats.}, author={Eric Martel and Beate Egner and Scott Anthony Brown and J N King and Arnaud Laveissi{\`e}re and Pascal Champ{\'e}roux and Serge Richard}, journal={Journal of feline medicine and surgery}, year={2013}, volume={15 12}, pages={1104-13} }