Clinical and Investigative Application of a New Instrument for Continuous Recording of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate
In this brief article, Freis, et al, detailed their use of a "physiologic monitor" (somewhat similar to a sphygmomanometer)
that provided continuous quantitative recordings of heart rate and blood pressure in patients. They argued that the device,
until then only used in surgical situations, could be utilized for use with ward patients.
NOTE: Scanned item is a reprint. Original article is on pp. 615-617.
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1953-10-08 (October 8, 1953)
Rose, John C.
Gilford, Saul R.
Broida, Herbert P.
Partenope, Edward A.
Freis, Edward D.
Periodical: Rose, John C., Saul R. Gilford, Herbert P. Broida, Anton Soler, Edward A. Partenope, and Edward D. Freis. "Clinical and
Investigative Application of a New Instrument for Continuous Recording of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate." New England
Journal of Medicine 249, (8 October 1953): 1-8. Article. 8 Images.
Massachusetts Medical Society
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The Veterans Administration Hospital and Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1949-1964