Measurement of Flow in Single Blood Vessels Including Cardiac Output by Local Thermodilution

@inproceedings{Fronek2005MeasurementOF,
  title={Measurement of Flow in Single Blood Vessels Including Cardiac Output by Local Thermodilution},
  author={Arnost Fronek and V. GANZ},
  year={2005}
}
BLOOD flow in single vessels can be measured by direct methods such as rotameter, drop-flow meter, Rein-thermostromuhr, Venturi principle, electromagnetic flow meter and bubble-floAV meter. Such methods are usually characterized by great accuracy, but their applicability is considerably limited in man by the fact that the appropriate vessel must be made accessible. Blood flow in some regions was determined by methods applying Stewart-Hamilton's principle.' On this background we attempted to… CONTINUE READING
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