Ehret phenomenon

Eh·ret phe·nom·e·non

(e-rā'),
a sudden throb felt by the finger on the brachial artery, as the pressure in the cuff falls during a blood pressure estimation; said to indicate fairly accurately the diastolic pressure.

Eh·ret phe·nom·e·non

(er'ā fĕ-nom'ĕ-non)
A sudden throb felt by a finger on the brachial artery, as the pressure in the cuff falls during a blood pressure estimation; said to indicate fairly accurately the diastolic pressure.

Ehret,

Heinrich, German physician, 1870–.
Ehret phenomenon - a sudden throb felt by the finger on the brachial artery, said to indicate fairly accurately the diastolic pressure.
Ehret syndrome - efforts to compensate for pain by assuming the least painful posture resulting in contractures and muscle atrophy.
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