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plethysmographic

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to the plethysmograph, or its use.

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  • adjective Relating to plethysmography.

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Examples

  • The carefully arranged plethysmographic experiments of Shields, at the Johns Hopkins

    Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 4 Sexual Selection In Man

  • The efficiency of the extract is attributed partially to the anti-inflammatory activity as observed by the histochemical and immunostimulatory together with plethysmographic studies.

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  • * Three display options: plethysmographic waveform, large numerics and customizable real-time trend.

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  • * Three display options: plethysmographic waveform, large numerics and customizable real-time trend.

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  • * Three display options: plethysmographic waveform, large numerics and customizable real-time trend.

    Medgadget

  • * Three display options: plethysmographic waveform, large numerics and customizable real-time trend.

    Medgadget

  • * Three display options: plethysmographic waveform, large numerics and customizable real-time trend.

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  • Caesarea, Israel), a noninvasive technology that captures a beat-to-beat plethysmographic recording of the finger arterial pulse wave amplitude (PWA) with pneumatic probes, detecting the peripheral arterial tone.

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