Noninvasive Venous Pressure Measurements in Different Venous Diseases

Bartolo, M.; Nicosia, P.M.; Antignani, P.L.; Raffi, S.; Ricci, S.; Marchetti, M.; Pittorino, L.
November 1983
Angiology;Nov1983, Vol. 34 Issue 11, p717
Academic Journal
We use from some years the doppler method for noninvasive measurements of venous pressure and about seven years ago we communicated the early results. We have confirmed the reliability and sensitivity of the method carrying on our clinical work. Now we report the results of a more extensive observation.


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