Oscillometer


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Os`cil`lom´e`ter


n.1.An instrument for measuring the angle through which a ship rolls or pitches at sea.
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Comparison of an automated oscillometric ABI and standard hand-held Doppler ABI: The mean values of ABI measured by standard hand held doppler for left and right foot was 1.14+-0.45 and 1.28+-1.08, while an automated oscillometer ABI was 1.1+-0.25 and 1.07+-0.23, respectively.
On the basis of the devices, the market is segmented into spirometer, breath CO monitor, oscillometer, ergospirometer, dose controlled drug nebulizer, and others.
It is a more complex oscillometer designed by Werner in 1942.
Impulse oscillometer is a type of oscillacion technique.
While patients were seated and had rested for ten minutes, systolic and diastolic blood pressure (SBP and DBP) were obtained with an automated oscillometer (Omron HEM-705CP) and calculated as the average of three independent measurements.
Blood pressure results were obtained by an oscillometer and good correlation between upper- and lower-extremity readings were observed.
The oscillometer, a device that measures peak pressure pulse in a segment upon slow release of a blood pressure cuff on the limb, was showing great promise.