Self-reported sensitivity to continuous noninvasive blood pressure monitoring via the radial artery.

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OBJECTIVE Many blood pressure (BP) methods common in psychosomatic research have salient limitations, including subject discomfort, sampling limits, and measurement validity concerns. This study examines the utility of the Vasotrac APM 205 BP monitor, which works via continuous nonocclusive compression and decompression of the radial artery, primarily in… (More)

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@article{Friedman2004SelfreportedST, title={Self-reported sensitivity to continuous noninvasive blood pressure monitoring via the radial artery.}, author={Bruce H. Friedman and Israel C. Christie and Stephanie Lee Sargent and James B. Weaver}, journal={Journal of psychosomatic research}, year={2004}, volume={57 2}, pages={119-21} }