Laboratory testing of three intracranial pressure microtransducers: technical report.

@article{Czosnyka1996LaboratoryTO,
  title={Laboratory testing of three intracranial pressure microtransducers: technical report.},
  author={Marek Czosnyka and Z. H. Czosnyka and J. D. Pickard},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={1996},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={219-24}
}
Three comparatively priced intracranial pressure (ICP) microtransducers are now available, each characterized by the manufacturer as having very low zero drift over long periods, an excellent frequency response, and a low measurement error. The three microtransducers, coded Transducer A (Camino OLM ICP monitor; Camino Laboratories, San Diego, CA), Transducer B (Codman Microsensor ICP Transducer; Codman & Shurtlef Inc., Randolph, MA), and Transducer C (ICP Monitoring Catheter Kit OPX-SD [4F… CONTINUE READING

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