Ambulatory Blood Pressure Recording
Hans R. Brunner, Bernard Waeber
Raven Press, 1992 - Medical - 192 pages
Describes technical advances in ambulatory blood pressure recording, including the move from invasive to noninvasive methods, and highlights the clinical utility of this modality - in identifying and assessing cardiovascular risk factors, monitoring labile hypertension and more.
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