Recording and Visual Oscillometry by a New Standardized Technic
Oscillometry offers knowledge of clinical importance, yet its value in presently used apparatus has recently been questioned. The criticisms include shifting base line, parallax in visual reading, aging of rubber parts with consequent loss of elasticity, friction and inertia of writing mechanisms, and failure to standardize. The method suggested below obviates these defects.
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