Measuring peripheral resistance and conduit arterial structure in humans using Doppler ultrasound.

@article{Naylor2005MeasuringPR,
  title={Measuring peripheral resistance and conduit arterial structure in humans using Doppler ultrasound.},
  author={Louise Haleh Naylor and Cara J Weisbrod and Gerry O'driscoll and Daniel John Green},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={98 6},
  pages={2311-5}
}
The purpose of this study was to establish valid indexes of conduit and resistance vessel structure in humans by using edge detection and wall tracking of high-resolution B-mode arterial ultrasound images, combined with synchronized Doppler waveform envelope analysis, to calculate conduit artery blood flow and diameter continuously across the cardiac cycle. Nine subjects aged 36.7 (9.2) yr underwent, on separate days, assessment of brachial artery blood flow and diameter response to 5-, 10… CONTINUE READING
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