The efficient detection of Korotkoff sounds

@article{Geddes2006TheED,
  title={The efficient detection of Korotkoff sounds},
  author={L. Geddes and A. G. Moore},
  journal={Medical and biological engineering},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={603-609}
}
  • L. Geddes, A. G. Moore
  • Published 2006
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Medical and biological engineering
  • A new method is described for detecting the Korotkoff sounds which signal systolic and diastolic blood pressure. By mounting a sound transducer wholly within the conventional arm-encircling cuff, high intensity sounds can be detected with the cuff placed in any location on the upper arm. The blood pressure values obtained with the cuff-microphone are essentially the same as those measured with a sound detector placed in the antecubital fossa.SommaireL'article décrit une nouvelle méthode de d… CONTINUE READING
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