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Mapping the site-specific accuracy of loop-based local pulse wave velocity estimation and reflection magnitude: a 1D arterial network model analysis.

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Summary of "Mapping the site-specific accuracy of loop-based local pulse wave velocity estimation and reflection magnitude: a 1D arterial network model analysis."

Local pulse wave velocity can be estimated from the waterhammer equation and is an essential component of wave separation analysis. However, previous studies have demonstrated inaccuracies in the estimations of local PWV due to presence of reflections. In this study we compared the estimates of local PWV from the PU-loop, ln(D)U-loop, QA-loop and ln(D)P-loop methods along the complete human arterial tree, and analyzed the impact of the estimations on subsequent wave separation analysis.

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Name: Physiological measurement
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