electrohemodynamics

electrohemodynamics (EHD)

[ilek′trōhē′mōdīnam′iks]
Etymology: Gk, elektron + haima, blood, dynamis, force
a technique for noninvasively measuring the mechanical properties and hemodynamic characteristics of the vascular system, including arterial blood pressure, electric impedance, blood flow, and resistance to blood flow.
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