Continuous pulse wave velocity recording for indirectly monitoring blood pressure in man

  • J. G. Thomas
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Pulse Wave Velocity Blood Pressure Change Automatic Gain Control BREDON Pulse Transducer 
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© International Federation for Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering 1965

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. G. Thomas
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  1. 1.Engineering DepartmentUniversity CollegeCardiffWales

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