air plethysmography

air plethysmography
air-cuff plethysmography a technique for measuring venous hemodynamics, usually in the legs: with the patient supine with lower limbs elevated, a pneumatic cuff attached to a recording device is applied to the limb; volume changes are recorded during a series of exercises.

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