Noninvasive peripheral perfusion index as a possible tool for screening for critical left heart obstruction

@article{Granelli2007NoninvasivePP,
  title={Noninvasive peripheral perfusion index as a possible tool for screening for critical left heart obstruction},
  author={A. Granelli and I. {\"O}stman-Smith},
  journal={Acta P{\ae}diatrica},
  year={2007},
  volume={96}
}
Aim: Peripheral perfusion index (PPI) has been suggested as a possible method to detect illness causing circulatory embarrassment. We aimed to establish the normal range of this index in healthy newborns, and compare it with newborns with duct‐dependent systemic circulation. 
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