A Newly Modified Electromagnetic Blood Flowmeter Capable of High Fidelity Flow Registration
ALFRED W. RICHARDSON, ADAM B. DENISON, HAROLD D. GREEN
Circulation. 1952;5:430-436Originally published March 1, 1952
ALFRED W. RICHARDSON
ADAM B. DENISON
HAROLD D. GREEN
This paper describes a meter which, when inserted into an artery or vein, is capable of measuring the average flow, or the "instantaneous" flow throughout the heart cycle. Flow is recorded with a direct-writing instrument.
- © 1952 American Heart Association, Inc.