pressure waveform

pressure waveform

a graphic representation of intravascular or intracardiac pressure related to phases of the cardiac cycle, displayed on an oscilloscope monitor or paper copy.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

pres·sure wave·form

(presh'ŭr wāv'fōrm)
A graphic representation of intravascular or intracardiac pressure related to phases of the cardiac cycle, displayed on an oscilloscope monitor or paper copy.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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MAP is the accurate driving pressure for analysis of peripheral blood flow13 which does not show any change in the pressure waveform distally; moreover it is not affected by any distortions or changes that are produced by recording systems.
TUESDAY, June 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- A machine-learning algorithm can predict hypotension during surgery based on high-fidelity arterial pressure waveform analysis, according to a study published online June 11 in Anesthesiology.
The finger photoplethysmography amplitude represents the maximum height of the finger photoplethysmography waveform, and the pulse transit time represents the time it takes for the pulse pressure waveform to propagate through the arterial tree length.
Kaneko, "Influence of the applied pressure waveform on the dynamic fracture processes in rock," International Journal of Rock Mechanics & Mining Sciences, vol.
The above clinical study described the interactions among arterial pressure waveform, arterial stiffness, and cardiovascular events.
[3-5] In this setting, damping refers to anything which absorbs energy within the oscillating system, resulting in an artificial reduction in the measured amplitude of the oscillating arterial pressure waveform, i.e.
Intracranial pressure waveform analysis during rest and suctioning.
A central aortic pressure waveform was used to determine central SBP, central PP, and AP.
Muir, "Continuous cardiac output monitoring via arterial pressure waveform analysis following severe hemorrhagic shock in dogs," Critical Care Medicine, vol.
Beale, "Pitfalls in haemodynamic monitoring based on the arterial pressure waveform," Critical Care, vol.
As explained by Roger Lockhart, vice president at DATAQ Instruments, "[Figure 2] shows the acquired pressure waveform from the die cushion and integral and derivative pressure waveforms as calculated by DATAQ's CODAS analysis software.

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