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Clinical experience with transcutaneous aortovelography
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amplitude analogue ankle systolic aortic application artefact arterial disease ascending aorta assessment atherosclerosis axis beam beam/vessel angle Biomed blood flow blood velocity calculated calibration cardiac cycle cardiac output cent changes Chapter detection detector diameter distal doppler shift dynamic echo electrode equation flow velocity flowmeter fourier frames of reference frequency gait analysis gas exchange hand Huch hypovolaemic shock impedance insonation joint knee kohms limb lung maximum mean velocity method midline monitoring Monostable movements msec non-invasive normal obtained occlusive parameter estimation patient peak-to-peak pulsatility peripheral arterial peripheral arterial disease Physiol physiological position probe problem prosthesis pulsatility index pulse quantitative recorded respiration respiratory shows signal simulation skin socket spectrum stroke volume suprasternal notch systolic pressure TAV traces techniques thorax tion transcutaneous Po2 transducer ultrasonic ultrasound University of Strathclyde values variable vascular disease velocity profile venous vessel wave waveform Woodcock