Lee, Bok Y.; Trainor, Frieda S.; Kavner, David; Madden, John L.
April 1975
Angiology;Apr1975, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p316
Academic Journal
Focuses on the significance of the noninvasive electromagnetic flowmeter device during the treatment of the patients with vascular disorder in the U.S. Reduction on the risks of complications; Analysis on the blood pressure of the patients; Measurement of peripheral blood flow.


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