Strain Gauge Plethysmography in the Study of Circulation of the Limbs

Forconi, S.; Jageneau, A.; Guerrini, M.; Pecchi, S.; Cappelli, R.
July 1979
Angiology;Jul1979, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p487
Academic Journal
Focuses on the use of strain gauge plethysmography in the study of circulation of the limbs. Registration of spontaneous or provoked volume changes in a segment of the body; Principle of venous occlusion.


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