Kinetocardiogram, Phonocardiogram, and Arterial Pulse Waves during Acute Hemodynamic Changes
Determining cardiac output was a critical component for the treatment of hypertension. In this article, Freis and Daddario
evaluated two relatively new aids in this endeavor, the kinetocardiogram, a graphic record of the vibrations of the chest
wall produced by cardiac activity, and the phonocardiogram, a graphic record of heart sounds and murmurs.
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1966-09 (September 1966)
Daddario, Robert C.
Freis, Edward D.
Periodical: Daddario, Robert C., and Edward D. Freis. "Kinetocardiogram, Phonocardiogram, and Arterial Pulse Waves during Acute Hemodynamic
Changes." Circulation XXXIV, (September 1966): 423-436. Article. 14 Images.
[American Heart Association]
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The VA Cooperative Study and the Beginning of Routine Hypertension Screening, 1964-1980