oscillometry


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os·cil·lom·e·try

(os'i-lom'ĕ-trē),
The measurement of oscillations of any kind with an oscillometer.

os·cil·lom·e·try

(os'i-lom'ĕ-trē)
The measurement of oscillations of any kind with an oscillometer.

oscillometry

(ŏs-ĭl-ŏm′ĕ-trē)
The measurement of oscillations.

oscillometry

the measurement of oscillations.
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Impulse oscillometry study parameters of R5, R10, and Z5 were higher and X10 and X15 were lower in late-preterms than in controls (p<0.
At study entry, patients underwent spirometry and impulse oscillometry, and had FeNO measured.
Although it may affect the accuracy of the data, it is widely common to use the oscillometry in the clinical practice.
The pulse rate and blood pressure were measured in the left arm in the sitting position with arm and back support, uncrossed legs and feet on the floor by oscillometry using the Omron T8 (HEM757A4-C1) Automatic Blood Pressure instrument.
However, no subsequent reports in the literature demonstrate that oscillometry was developed into a highly effective tool for amputation-level selection.
Spirometry and forced oscillometry assisted optimal frequency band determination for the computerized analysis of tracheal lung sounds in asthma.
Comparison of blood pressure measurements obtained in dogs by use of indirect oscillometry in a veterinary clinic versus at home.
Oscillometry had its origins in 1876 with the work of Marey who noted oscillations were produced when measuring blood pressure.
Measurement of arm blood pressure using different oscillometry manometers compared to auscultatory readings.
Systolic and diastolic BPs, measured by both oscillometry and auscultation, increased significantly in adult hypertensive patients (Foster-Fitzpatrick et al.