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The importance of the study of central hemodynamics using volumetric compression oscillometry in clinical practice: resolved and unresolved issues

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Abstract

The article discusses the promising possibilities of using the method of volumetric compression oscillometry in clinical practice, which allows to simultaneously determining 20 indicators of central hemodynamics. A comparative analysis with other research methods is presented herein, and the advantages of the presented method in the diagnostics of cardiovascular diseases are shown. The problematic issues in using this method and ways to solve them are considered herein.

Imprint

Roman V. Gorenkov, Mikhail A. Yakushin, Diana E. Safina, Olga G. Dvorina , Sergey A. Orlov, Natalia P. Сhernus. The importance of the study of central hemodynamics using volumetric compression oscillometry in clinical practice: resolved and unresolved issues. Cardiometry; Issue 16; May 2020; р.44-54; DOI: 10.12710/cardiometry.2020.16.4454; Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no16-may-2020/study-of-central-hemodynamics

Keywords

Central hemodynamics,  Volumetric compression oscillometry,  Cardiovascular diseases,  Arterial hypertension
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