oscillometry


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oscillometry

[‚äs·ə′läm·ə·trē]
(physical chemistry)
Electrode measurement of oscillation-frequency changes to detect the progress of a titration of electrolytic solutions.
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However, no subsequent reports in the literature demonstrate that oscillometry was developed into a highly effective tool for amputation-level selection.
During this time, researchers measured participants' total respiratory impedance, resistance, and reactance with the use of an impulse oscillometry, a noninvasive way of measuring the physical properties of respiratory movement during quiet breathing.
Oscillometry had its origins in 1876 with the work of Marey who noted oscillations were produced when measuring blood pressure.
provides potentially lifesaving information about personal health through the use of advanced screening technology, including Color Doppler ultrasound, automated oscillometry, and bone densitometry.
The Smartcuf(TM) technology incorporates patented software algorithms based on signal averaged oscillometry (SAO).
Impulse Oscillometry (IOS), a new option for the Vmax System and a proprietary VIASYS technology, enables effort-independent testing to broaden the testable patient population.
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Impulse Oscillometry (IOS) provides an alternative patient-friendly lung function test that only requires passive patient cooperation [7-9].
The company is backed with an impressive string of hallmarks in its growth such as obtaining the first patent for oscillometry in home blood pressure monitoring using a single chip and exceeding the accuracy standards set by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation.