Wide Frequency Range Force Ballistocardiogram
Its Correlation with Cardiovascular Dynamics
The ballistocardiograms of young normal subjects as recorded with a wide frequency range technic are described. These records contain high frequency forces not previously described. An analysis of these components in terms of known cardiovascular events strongly suggests that they have definite dynamic significance. In addition, these correlations offer evidence as to the genesis of some forces in the ballistocardiogram.
- © 1957 American Heart Association, Inc.