SOME ORIGINAL BLOOD PRESSURE OBSERVATIONS

@inproceedings{KinneySOMEOB,
  title={SOME ORIGINAL BLOOD PRESSURE OBSERVATIONS},
  author={Virgil C. Kinney}
}
A correct interpretation of blood pressure findings is becoming a matter of the greatest importance. The time has gone by when the mere knowledge of a patient's systolic blood pressure was all that was necessary in order to arrive at a correct diagnosis. In the study of cardiovascular renal diseases, we find many diversified and interesting phenomena. These are each varied and distinct factors, but so closely related that they must all be taken into consideration if we are to arrive at… CONTINUE READING

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