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Fan Performance Airflow rate and static pressure are closely related for fans and ventilation systems. The airflow rate delivered by a fan is measured in cubic feet per minute (cfm) against a static pressure measured in inches of water. The amount of air moved is inversely rated to the static pressure. As the resistance to airflow (static pressure) increases, the delivered airflow capacity decreases. Therefore, a fan delivers more air against a lower static pressure than a higher static pressure. Common measurements used to describe the characteristics of a fan are blade diameter, revolutions per minute (rpm) and motor horsepower. These are useful measurements but without performance characteristics such as airflow and static pressure, they give only general indicators of fan capacity. Test results comparing the performance of 36-inch diameter fans used in the ventilation of enclosed buildings can show big variability in fan performance even though they are similar size fans. At a static ...
In human subjects the triceps surae of one leg was exercised eccentrically by asking subjects to walk backwards on an inclined treadmill. Before the exercise controlled local pressure, applied to the muscle with an electromagnet, produced mild soreness, which was reduced when the pressure was combined with vibration. When delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) had set in, 24-48 h after the exercise, vibration increased pain from local pressure. Vibrating at different frequencies suggested 80 Hz as the optimal frequency. During 2-h testing post-exercise, evidence of a change in character of the effects of vibration was first detected at 6 h. It persisted up to 72 h post-exercise. When muscle pain was generated in an unexercised triceps by injection of hypertonic (5%) saline, controlled local pressure applied to the sore area increased pain levels by 32% while pressure plus vibration reduced this to 11%. In a subject with DOMS, local pressure again increased pain from saline by 32% but combining it ...
These additional studies led to several important additional conclusions in our recent study. These are briefly enumerated here, although the interested reader is referred back to the original publication for more details ( 11).. First, PI3K and Akt are also activated by extracellular pressure and required for the stimulation of adhesion by extracellular pressure. The downstream S6 kinase is not involved, however, because rapamycin does not block the effect. This was particularly interesting because rapamycin does block the effect of increased extracellular pressure on macrophage phagocytosis ( 12). We have previously described other differences between macrophage and cancer cell signaling in response to extracellular pressure.. Second, Src activation seems to be required for PI3K activation, which is in turn required for the activation of FAK and Akt. Indeed, the p85 subunit of PI3K directly associates with FAK in increased proportions in response to increased extracellular pressure, based on ...
A method and apparatus for pressure testing the static pressure orifices and associated connections used in wind tunnels. A cylindrical module, having in one end an open hemispherical calibration pressure chamber separated from and surrounded by an annular vacuum chamber, is placed over the orifice of the system to be tested. O-rings ensure seating and a vacuum seal between the chambered end of the module and the surface around the orifice: one O-ring separates the two chambers and another separates the outer chamber from the outside environment. Ports lead from each of the chambers out the other end of the module to tubes connected to a control box consisting of calibration pressure and vacuum supply lines, bleeder valves, and guages. The calibration pressure supply may be above or below atmospheric pressure. The vacuum chamber is evacuated to seat the module and seal off the system, the center chamber is pressurized, and the control box pressure guage is monitored for changes which would indicate
TY - JOUR. T1 - Effect of ω-hydrogenation on the adsorption of fluorononanols at the hexane/water interface. T2 - Pressure effect on the adsorption of fluorononanols. AU - Takiue, Takanori. AU - Hirose, Daisuke. AU - Murakami, Daiki. AU - Sakamoto, Hiroyasu. AU - Matsubara, Hiroki. AU - Aratono, Makoto. PY - 2005/9/1. Y1 - 2005/9/1. N2 - The interfacial tension γ of the hexane solution of 1H,1H-perfluorononanol (FDFC9OH) and its ω-hydrogenated analogue, 1H,1H,9H-perfluorononanol (HDFC9OH), against water was measured as a function of pressure and concentration at 298.15 K in order to clarify the effect of ω-dipole on the orientation of fluorononanol molecules from the viewpoint of volume. The adsorbed films of both alcohols exhibit two kinds of phase transitions among three different states: the gaseous, expanded, and condensed states. The partial molar volume changes of adsorption v1-H - v1O in the expanded and condensed states were evaluated and compared between the two systems. The v1-H - ...
BACKGROUND AND AIM We have reported a novel relationship involving mechanical stimulation and vasodilation in rodent and human skin, referred to as pressure-induced vasodilation (PIV). It is unknown whether this mechanism exists in kidney and reflects the microcirculation in deep organs. Therefore, we compared the skin and kidney PIV to determine whether their changes were similar. METHODS In anesthetized mice fed a normal salt-diet, laser Doppler flux (LDF) signals were measured when an increase in local pressure was applied to the surface of the head skin with the rate of 2.2Pa/s (1mmHg/min) and to the left kidney with a rate of 4.4Pa/s (2mmHg/min). The mechanism underlying renal PIV was also investigated. The skin and kidney PIV were also compared during salt load (4% NaCl diet). RESULTS The kidney had higher baseline LDF and vascular conductance compared to those of the skin. Pressure application increased the LDF in the kidney as well as in the skin with a comparable maximal magnitude (about 25
I need to install a differential static pressure senser to control building static 1st part of my question, does the high pressure pitot tube go to the outside and low pressure pitot goes on the inside space. part 2 of my question, where is the most ideal location for the low and high pressure pitot tubes any direction would be great.......... THANKS
I read with great interest the article by Mulder et al1 on the blood pressure effect on MR CLEAN outcomes in acute stroke. The authors report a U-shaped mortality with systolic blood pressure (SBP), with an optimal SBP, or the bottom of the U being about 120 mm Hg. Either end of the U was associated with worse outcomes. The first question I ask is did the authors analyze whether … ...
The viscoelastic model of the ventricle predicts that the rate of change of volume (strain rate) is a determinant of the instantaneous pressure in the ventricle during diastole. Because relaxation is not complete before the onset of filling, one cannot distinguish the individual effects of relaxation and viscosity unless the passive and active components that determine the ventricular pressure are separated. To overcome this problem, we used the method of ventricular volume clamping to compare the pressures in the fully relaxed ventricle at a given volume at zero strain rate (static pressure) and high strain rate (dynamic pressure). Six open-chest, fentanyl-anesthetized dogs were instrumented with micromanometers and an electronically controlled mitral valve occluder in series with the electromagnetic flow probe. We reasoned as follows: If there were significant viscosity, then the dynamic pressure would be higher than the static pressure. The static pressure was measured when the ventricle was ...
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Measurement of foot pressure distribution (FPD) is clinically useful for evaluation of foot and gait pathologies. The effects of healthy aging on FPD during walking are not well known. This study evaluated FPD during normal walking in healthy young and elderly subjects. We studied 9 young (30 ± 5.2 years), and 6 elderly subjects (68.7 ± 4.8 years). FPD was measured during normal walking speed using shoe insoles with 99 capacitive sensors. Measured parameters included gait phase characteristics, mean and maximum pressure and force, and relative load. Time-series measurements of each variable for all sensors were grouped into 9 anatomical masks. Elderly subjects had lower normalized maximum pressure for the medial and lateral calcaneal masks, and for all medial masks combined. In the medial calcaneus mask, the elderly group also had a lower absolute maximum and lower mean and normalized mean pressures and forces, compared to young subjects. Elderly subjects had lower maximum force and normalized maximum
an important role in assessing the overall condition of the patient plays a pulse pressure difference.Between the upper and lower pressure should be a number between 40-50.This figure is considered to be optimal.However, it allowed a wider range - from 30 to 50. Pulse rate may be small.High pressure and lower high-top show overload the heart.It is noted rapid heartbeat (tachycardia).This suggests that the body works hard.A large difference in pressure indicates, on the contrary, in the delayed activity of the heart.Bradycardia, developing in such a state, it provokes tissue hypoxia and CNS.In other words, when the pulse index of greater than 50 in the process of pumping blood to the heart muscle is severely strained.This may result in rapid wear.. If said another pressure difference (between the upper and lower pressure of less than 30), it shows the weakness of the muscles.In this connection it has not been sufficient to tissues of oxygen.Hypoxia is primarily affects the activity of the brain: ...
This invention provides a means of measuring tissue pressure in muscle compartments and other regions in humans and other animals. An appropriate length, for example, 6 to 12 inches of thin plastic tubing, typically less than 3 mm outside diameters, is prepared as a working part of the tissue pressure transducer. A portion of the plastic tubing including the thin wall section such as a bubble is inserted into the muscle tissue for which pressure measurement is desired to be made. A fluid is circulated through the tubing at a constant flow rate. When the internal pressure of the tubing is greater than the external pressure, the bubble expands and there is no increase in the flow resistance of the system. When the pressure on the outside exceeds the normal system operating pressure, the thin wall section or bubble contacts, resistance to flow increases, and the system pressure increases. This increase in system pressure is directly proportional to tissue pressure.
The effect of high pressure on the secondary structure of bean and pea proteins was studied using Raman spectroscopy. The proteins were pressurized at 300 and 600 Mpa. Raman spectra were obtained for samples both in the solid state and dissolved in D 2 O. The results indicated that the...
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 776,000 individuals in the U.S. are diagnosed with herpes every year. STD tests will show that roughly one out of six people between the ages of 14 and 49 have the herpes simplex virus. Recently, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University released evidence of internal pressure within the herpes virus.. The university report noted that it has long been theorized that there is pressure inside of the herpes virus as the result of packed genetic materials. The Carnegie Mellon team has proven that theory by measuring the amount of pressure within the herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1). In the past, measuring the internal pressure of viruses was only done with bacteriophages, or viruses that infect bacteria.. "Despite billions of years of evolution separating eukaryotic viruses and bacteriophages, the existence of an internal pressure capable of powering the ejection of DNA into a host cell has been conserved," said biophysicist Alex ...
The use of K-lactate in combination with new elaboration procedures and high pressure (HP) treatments may help to produce safe, salt-reduced restructured dry-cured ham with no sensory defects. The effect of K-lactate addition on the microbiota of restructured hams manufactured with a reduced salt content was evaluated after the resting period (16% weight loss) and at two drying levels (40% and 50% weight loss). Additionally, the effect of high pressure (HP) on the microbiota and sensory characteristics of hams at 50% weight loss was evaluated. K-lactate reduced a(w) and microbiota of processed hams, mainly in the inner parts, and had no effect on color or sensory parameters. HP treatment at 600 MPa provided an additional reduction in the microbiological counts, increased pink color, brightness, hardness and saltiness and reduced pastiness and adhesiveness.
In this work, the Hamiltonian of the four-body problem is considered under the effects of solar radiation pressure. The equations of motion of the infinitesimal body are obtained in the Hamiltonian canonical form. The libration points and the corresponding Jacobi constants are obtained with different values of the solar radiation pressure coefficient. The motion and its stability about each point are studied. A family of periodic orbits under the effects of the gravitational forces of the primaries and the solar radiation pressure are obtained depending on the pure numerical method. This purpose is applied to the Sun-Earth-Moon-Space craft system, and the results obtained are in a good agreement with the previous work such as (Kumari and Papadouris, 2013).
The Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 2014/68/EU (formerly 97/23/EC)[1] of the EU sets out the standards for the design and fabrication of pressure equipment ("pressure equipment" means steam boilers, pressure vessels, piping, safety valves and other components and assemblies subject to pressure loading) generally over one litre in volume and having a maximum pressure more than 0.5 bar gauge. It also sets the administrative procedures requirements for the "conformity assessment" of pressure equipment, for the free placing on the European market without local legislative barriers. It has been mandatory throughout the EU since 30 May 2002, with 2014 revision fully effective as of 19 July 2016.[2] This is enacted in the UK as the Pressure Equipment Regulations (PER). The set out standards and regulations regarding pressure vessels and boilers safety is also very close to the US standards defined by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). This enables most international inspection ...
Devices fall into two main categories: (i) floor-based, and (ii) in-shoe. The underlying technology is diverse, ranging from piezoelectric sensor arrays to light refraction, [2] [4] [6] [7] [8] but the ultimate form of the data generated by all modern technologies is either a 2D image or a 2D image time series of the pressures acting under the plantar surface of the foot. From these data other variables may be calculated (see Data Analysis). There are a few differences between the types of information you will received from these two systems, so depending on the application one system might be a better fit. For example, a floor-based system will provide spatial temporal information, like stride length that an in-shoe system cannot provide. Platform systems (or floor-based systems) will also allow for testing of patients with walking aids for assistive devices. However, there is some controversy about evaluating natural gait with a platform system due to patients potentially targeting the ...
Batch processiag of nylon-6 is generally used only for the production of specialty polymers such as very high molecular weight polymer or master batch polymers for special additives. In a typical modem batch process (147-150), the caprolactam is mixed ia a hoi ding tank with the desired additives and then charged to an autoclave with a small amount (2-4%) of water. During the two-stage polymeriza tion cycle, the temperature is raised from 80 to 260°C. In the first stage, water is held ia the reactor, the pressure rises, and the hydrolysis and addition steps occur. After a predetermined time the pressure is releasedand the final condensation reaction step occurs. The molecular weight of the polymer can be iacreased by means of a vacuum finishing step, if desired. The entire process can take three to five hours. The final polymer is then drained, often with a forcing pressure of iaert gas, through a die to form ribbons of polymer, which are then cooled ia water and cut iato pellets. Because ...
The existence of water and osmotic pressure significantly aggravates the rheological behavior of rocks, which greatly affects the long-term stability of rock mass. The triaxial rheological...
The DH Budenberg Model 249T differential pressure deadweight tester is designed for calibrations at elevated static pressures up to 200bar (3,000 psi)
The Gas Pressure Sensor can be used to monitor pressure changes in a gas. The range is wide enough to perform Boyles law yet it is sensitive enough to conduct vapor-pressure or pressure-temperature experiments. Biology teachers can use the Gas Pressure Sensor to monitor transpiration or respiration in an enclosed environment.
The effects of pressure on the structural and elastic properties of orthorhombic TiAl are investigated using first-principles calculations based on density functional theory within the projector augmented wave method. The calculated lattice parameters at 0 GPa are in good agreement with the available experimental data. The pressure dependence of the normalized lattice parameters and the single crystal elastic constants are investigated. By the elastic stability criteria under pressure, it is found that orthorhombic TiAl is mechanically stable under pressure up to 100 GPa. The elastic moduli and Poissons ratio under pressure up to 100 GPa are calculated using the Hill average method. The ductility/brittleness under pressure are evaluated, and a critical pressure for brittle-to-ductile transition is found to be 40 GPa. The elastic anisotropy and Debye temperature under different pressure are estimated from the calculations.
When slurry packing preparative LC columns, care must be taken not to operate at pressures in excess of the bursting strength of the tube used for the column. As the column diameter increases, the maximum permissible pressure rapidly falls unless extremely thick walled tubing is employed. The safe maximum pressure for any tube can usually be obtained from the tube or column supplier. A slurry is made of the packing (110% of that needed to fill the column) and placed in the packing reservoir. The reservoir is rapidly connected to the pump (which must have both an adequate delivery rate and an adequate operating pressure - the delivery rate will depend on the column diameter and the applied pressure on the wall thickness and the column length). The pump is started and the column exit valve opened and the flow continued until it has been reduced to a constant value. The flow is then arrested and some packing will remain in the reservoir which ensures that the top of the column is tightly packed. ...
This paper we intend to test the pressure during the process of grain drying in the rectangular silo and explore the change regularity of dynamic and static pressure. According to the trend of the dynamic and static pressure with height, we analyzed the pressure and the structure stress in the silo that ...
A portable wastewater flow meter particularly adapted for temporary use at a single location in measuring the rate of liquid flow in a circular entrance conduit of a sewer manhole both under free flow and submerged, open channel conditions and under full pipe, surcharged conditions, comprising an apparatus having a cylindrical external surface and an inner surface that constricts the flow through the apparatus in such a manner that a relationship exists between (1) the difference between the static pressure head of liquid flowing through the entrance of the apparatus and the static pressure head of liquid flowing through the constriction, and (2) the rate of liquid flow through the apparatus. ...
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A pressure sensing catheter having a pressure sensor and an antenna that is coupled to the pressure sensor, e.g., by a connector, are provided. The pressure sensor can be adapted to measure a pressure surrounding the catheter, and the antenna can be adapted to telemetrically communicate the measured pressure to an external device. In an exemplary embodiment, the antenna, pressure sensor, and/or connector are hermetically sealed, e.g., by the catheter and/or a coating, to prevent the antenna, pressure sensor, and connector from coming into contact with fluid, thereby allowing the catheter to be permanently implanted or otherwise used for long term use. Exemplary methods for manufacturing and using pressure sensing catheters are also provided.
Blood pressure is the force of the blood pushing against the artery walls. The force is made with each heartbeat as blood is pumped from the heart into the blood vessels.. The size and elasticity of the artery walls also affect blood pressure. Each time the heart beats (contracts and relaxes), pressure is created inside the arteries.. The pressure is greatest when blood is pumped out of the heart into the arteries or systole. When the heart relaxes between beats (blood is not moving out of the heart), the pressure falls in the arteries or diastole.. Two numbers are recorded when measuring blood pressure. The top number, or systolic pressure, refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart contracts and pumps blood through the body.. The bottom number, or diastolic pressure, refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart is at rest and is filling with blood.. Both the systolic and diastolic pressures are recorded as "mm Hg" (millimeters of mercury). This recording represents how ...
Blood pressure is the force of the blood pushing against the artery walls. The force is made with each heartbeat as blood is pumped from the heart into the blood vessels.. The size and elasticity of the artery walls also affect blood pressure. Each time the heart beats (contracts and relaxes), pressure is created inside the arteries.. The pressure is greatest when blood is pumped out of the heart into the arteries or systole. When the heart relaxes between beats (blood is not moving out of the heart), the pressure falls in the arteries or diastole.. Two numbers are recorded when measuring blood pressure. The top number, or systolic pressure, refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart contracts and pumps blood through the body.. The bottom number, or diastolic pressure, refers to the pressure inside the artery when the heart is at rest and is filling with blood.. Both the systolic and diastolic pressures are recorded as "mm Hg" (millimeters of mercury). This recording represents how ...
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Abstract: Structural Fe in ferruginous smectite (sample SWa-1, Source Clays Repository of the Clay Minerals Society) was reduced by a mixture of five Pseudomonas species of bacteria in a defined Fe-free medium to determine the effect of microbial reduction on clay swelling. Iron(II), total Fe, and gravimetric water content (mw/mc) were determined in clay gels equilibrated at applied pressures of 0.1, 0.3, and 0.5 MPa. The water content of microbially reduced SWa-1 decreased at all three applied pressures as the Fe(II) content approached about 0.8 mmol Fe(II)/g-clay. As Fe(II) increased from 0.8 mmol/g-clay, however, further change in mw/mc was negligible. Concurrent with microbial reduction of structural Fe was a significant decrease in the swelling pressure (PI) of SWa-1: for example, when mw/mc = 1.2 (g/g), PI changed from 0.47 MPa at Fe(II) = 0.2, to 0.19 MPa at Fe(II) = 0.9 mmol/g-clay. Both biologically and chemically reduced smectites displayed lower values of mw/mc and a concurrent ...
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High pressure behaviour of FePO4in berlinite form has been investigated up to 10 GPa using vibrational Raman spectroscopy and energy dispersive X-ray diffraction. Combination of these techniques along with studies on pressure quenched samples reveal structural transitions in this material from its room pressure trigonal phase to a disordered and a crystalline phase near 3±0.5 GPa. The latter is the Cmcm phase which is the equilibrium structure at high pressures. These high pressure phases do not revert back to its initial structure after release of pressure. Irreversibility of these transformations indicates that FeO4 tetrahedra do not regain their initial coordination. These high pressure transitions can be rationalized in terms of the three level free energy diagram for such systems. ...
Multisensory convergence and sensorimotor integration are important aspects for the mediation of higher vestibular cognitive functions at the cortical level. In contrast to the integration of vestibulo-visual or vestibulotactile perception, much less is known about the neural mechanism that mediates the integration of vestibularotolith (linear acceleration/ translation/ gravity detection) and auditory processing. Vestibular-otolith and auditory afferents can be simultaneously activated using loud sound pressure stimulation, which is routinely used for testing cervical and ocular vestibular evoked myogenic potentials (VEMPs) in clinical neurotological testing. Due to the simultaneous activation of afferents there is always an auditory confound problem in fMRI studies of the neural topology of these systems. Here, we demonstrate that the auditory confounding problem can be overcome in a novel way that does not require the assumption of simple subtraction and additionally allows detection of ...
The human body is continually regulating circulation of blood by using positive and negative pressures inside the chest. This regulation acts like a bellows. When we inhale, a negative pressure (or vacuum) is created in the chest. This vacuum pulls air into the lungs and blood into the heart, and also slightly lowers pressure in the brain. When we exhale, a positive pressure is created in the chest. This positive pressure forces air out of the lungs, diminishes blood return to the heart, and slightly raises pressure in the brain.1. By enhancing negative pressure in the chest, IPR therapy provides patients in states of low blood flow with better perfusion to the brain and vital organs leading to better outcomes.2 IPR therapy is currently delivered through the following devices: ResQPOD® ITD, ResQGARD® ITD, and the ResQCPR™ System. ...
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Quickly Interchangeable Pump Heads: Standard flow rates (1, 2, 4, or 8 channels)-0.3 µL/min to 30 mL/min at a maximum pressure of 0.5 MPa. High flow rates (2 or 4 channels)-1 mL/min to 220 mL/min at a maximum pressure of 0.3 MPa. Each head accepts different tubing sizes, making the multipurpose pump head an economical choice ...
Another application of a TRA/nonlinear technique would be to use ultrasound to measure the blood pressure inside a certain point or chamber within the heart. To make this work, harmless tiny capsules (ultrasound contract agents) would be introduced in the blood stream. They would react differently during the heart s different pressure conditions and their reactions would be measured by sound waves aimed from different angles and returned to a time-reversal mirror. Variations in harmonics levels resonating from the capsules would be correlated to ambient pressure. The precision of the TRA system would allow highly accurate focusing in one area of the heart, meanwhile the nonlinear acoustic technique would give a diagnostician information about pressure changes as the heart pumps ...
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A reservoir supplies liquid through a conduit to a nozzle. The liquid is under small or zero static pressure. Surface tension at the nozzle prevents liquid flow when the system is not actuated. A section of the conduit terminating at the nozzle is designed to be capable of conducting pressure waves in the liquid from end to end of the section without the occurence of significant reflections within the section. An electroacoustic transducer is coupled to the liquid in the reflection-free section. When an electric pulse is applied to the transducer it applies a pressure pulse to the liquid sending a pressure wave to the nozzle where it causes ejection of a droplet. The pressure pulse also sends a pressure wave in the opposite direction. The system has energy absorbing means coupled to the liquid and adapted to absorb substantially all of the energy of the latter wave, thus preventing reflections which could return to the nozzle and interfere with ejection of a subsequent droplet. Two classes of energy
EPV #9: In this Project, you will write a LabVIEW program to display the blood pressure of a test subject. You will use a Vernier Blood Pressure Sensor, a non-invasive unit that includes a handheld pump, pressure release valve, and cuff. The cuff is placed on the upper arm to pressurize the arteries, just like other blood pressure monitoring devices. The sensor connects to the cuff and is used to monitor the pressure in the cuff in units of mm Hg. The cuff is pressurized with the pump. The pressure release valve slowly releases pressure out of the cuff. Your front panel design should include a graphical cuff pressure versus time display with a large, easily readable indicator for live cuff pressure readings. You should have the program provide a visual or audible signal when the cuff pressure has reached 160 mm Hg as a signal to stop inflating the cuff. When data collection ends, the VI should use the recorded cuff pressure to calculate and display the test subjects systolic and diastolic blood
There was once a theory that blood pressure is lowest when taken when the women lies down in lateral recumbency. Thus, when pressure was elevated the physician lay the patient on their side, measured a lower pressure and felt reassured. Actually blood pressure is the pressure in mm of mercury that the heart pumps the blood at when measured with the cuff at the level of the heart. When you lay the women on her side you usually hold the arm up and the distance the cuff is above the heart will result in a lower pressure. If you placed her arm lower and at the level of the heart then the pressure would be the same if the arm was at a similar height sitting or dangling upside down (though I do not know of any studies to confirm this latter position!!). Said otherwise sitting quietly in the office for at least two minutes with arm at level of the heart is the most practical and only way blood pressure should be measured at prenatal visits. If the physician finds it high he should have the patient wait ...
An angiographic injector system includes a manifold and valve which selectively connects either a syringe pump or a low pressure system to a catheter which is inserted into a patient. The valve is normally biased to a state which connects the low pressure system to the catheter for pressure monitoring, saline flushing, or aspirating functions. When an injection is to be made, the valve automatically switches so that the low pressure system is disconnected and not exposed to high pressure, while the syringe pump is connected through the manifold to the catheter.