Effect of varying methods of upper limb occlusion on fibrinolytic activity in man.

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Three techniques of intermittent venous occlusion (an oscillotonometer cuff, pneumatic leggings and an automatic arterial pressure monitoring cuff (Sentinel] were applied to one upper limb of seven healthy male volunteers. Fibrinolytic activity was assessed by the measurement of the euglobulin clot lysis time during a control period followed by 1 h of… (More)

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@article{Sinclair1984EffectOV, title={Effect of varying methods of upper limb occlusion on fibrinolytic activity in man.}, author={Marie Sinclair and P. Simpson and Frank Marshall and J A Lockyer}, journal={British journal of anaesthesia}, year={1984}, volume={56 2}, pages={175-7} }