Significance of the velocity impulse response and cross-correlation of the femoral and popliteal blood-velocity/time waveforms in disease of the superficial femoral artery

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The velocity impulse response is calculated from blood-velocity/time waveforms recorded transcutaneously using ultrasonic Doppler-shift flow-velocity meters. The impulse response and crosscorrelation of the input and output waveforms of a segment of diseased superficial femoral artery provide information about the state of the collateral circulation which… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02478083

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@article{Woodcock1975SignificanceOT, title={Significance of the velocity impulse response and cross-correlation of the femoral and popliteal blood-velocity/time waveforms in disease of the superficial femoral artery}, author={J. P. Woodcock and S. J. Morris and P. N. T. Wells}, journal={Medical and biological engineering}, year={1975}, volume={13}, pages={813-818} }