Continuous measurement of peripheral vascular resistance and circulatory function

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Peripheral vascular resistance, stroke volume, cardiac output and maximum acceleration were computed in ‘real-time’ using aortic pressure and flow signals processed by simple analogue circuits incorporated into a multichannel recording system. The use of the system was exemplified by records of the haemodynamic effects of methoxamine and adrenaline in… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02474640

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@article{Hughes1971ContinuousMO, title={Continuous measurement of peripheral vascular resistance and circulatory function}, author={Richard Hughes}, journal={Medical and biological engineering}, year={1971}, volume={9}, pages={603-610} }