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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Tenders are invited for supply and installation of impulse oscillometry system
Lung functions were evaluated using impulse oscillometry study in both groups.
Statistical analysis of blood pressure measurement errors by oscillometry during surgical operations.
Blood pressure was monitored by oscillometry as well as beat-tobeat radial tonometry (Colin Pilot) in all patients.
In addition, no changes were seen in lung function based on impulse oscillometry, a noninvasive method for measuring airway resistance and reactance (Chest.
STAMPEDE II is a recently completed prospective study using pre- and postdeployment spirometry and impulse oscillometry (IOS) to determine if there is an objective decrease in pulmonary function following deployment.
The BP was 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 BP instrument.
Oscillometry was performed, showing the absence of the femoral pulse in the left leg and also no pulse in the posterior tibial artery (Figure 4).
Systolic and diastolic blood pressure was measured with an automated device (Dinamap 845 XT, Criticon) on the basis of oscillometry, and the average of the second and third measurements was used.
Effect of inhaled corticosteroids on small airways in asthma: Investigation using impulse oscillometry.
23) For any BP measurement obtained by oscillometry that is >90th percentile, repeat the measurement by auscultation at least twice during the same office visit, and use an average of the repeated measurements.