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Transfer function analysis for clinical evaluation of dynamic cerebral autoregulation : a comparison between spontaneous and respiratory-induced oscillations

Transfer function analysis for clinical evaluation of dynamic cerebral autoregulation : a comparison between spontaneous and respiratory-induced oscillations

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REINHARD, Matthias, Thomas MÜLLER, Brigitte GUSCHLBAUER, Jens TIMMER, Andreas HETZEL, 2003. Transfer function analysis for clinical evaluation of dynamic cerebral autoregulation : a comparison between spontaneous and respiratory-induced oscillations. In: Physiological Measurement. 24(1), pp. 27-43. ISSN 0967-3334. eISSN 1361-6579

@article{Reinhard2003Trans-27253, title={Transfer function analysis for clinical evaluation of dynamic cerebral autoregulation : a comparison between spontaneous and respiratory-induced oscillations}, year={2003}, doi={10.1088/0967-3334/24/1/303}, number={1}, volume={24}, issn={0967-3334}, journal={Physiological Measurement}, pages={27--43}, author={Reinhard, Matthias and Müller, Thomas and Guschlbauer, Brigitte and Timmer, Jens and Hetzel, Andreas} }

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