Gallavardin

Gal·la·var·din

(gahl-ă-var-dan[h]'),
Louis, French physician, 1875-1957. See: Gallavardin phenomenon.
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The accuracy of oscillometers was improved by the use of a double cuff, first suggested for use in blood pressure measurement by Amblard in 1908 and popularised by Gallavardin (2).