CrossTalk opposing view: dynamic cerebral autoregulation should be quantified using induced (rather than spontaneous) blood pressure fluctuations

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Suppose you want to take a car for a test drive. You prefer a smooth ride, so you are probably particularly interested in the car’s suspension system. Where do you take your car? Will you take it for a ride on a well-maintained highway, or will you select worn-down roads with cobblestones, potholes and speed bumps? The answer is clear: you can’t test the… (More)
DOI: 10.1113/JP273900

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@inproceedings{Simpson2018CrossTalkOV, title={CrossTalk opposing view: dynamic cerebral autoregulation should be quantified using induced (rather than spontaneous) blood pressure fluctuations}, author={David A Simpson and Jurgen A H R Claassen}, booktitle={The Journal of physiology}, year={2018} }