Fluctuation in plethysmogram

Koike, Daiji; Sasaki, Toyokatsu; Shimizu, Toshihiro
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 519 Issue 1, p498
Academic Journal
The sphygmograph which can mesure the plethysmogram, velocity plet, hysmogram and acceleration plethysmogram is designed. The plethysmogram of fingertip with photocensor is measured. The plethysmogram with and without a stress are measured. The difference is analyzd by using personal computer.


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