Hemodynamic Changes in the Small Vessels in Man as Analyzed by Digital Plethysmography
Plethysmography is the measurement of variations in the size of an organ or body part on the basis of the amount of blood
passing through or present in the part. The development of new instruments, such as the digital plethysmograph, allowed for
the better evaluation of specific antihypertensive therapies.
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1951-10 (October 1951)
Johnson, Robert L.
Freis, Edward D.
Schnaper, Harold W.
Periodical: Johnson, Robert L., Edward D. Freis, and Harold W. Schnaper. "Hemodynamic Changes in the Small Vessels in Man as Analyzed
by Digital Plethysmography." Angiology 2, 5 (October 1951): 412-422. Article. 11 Images.
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