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PPG waveform interpretation
I intend to acquire a PPG in the near future to enhance my vascular screenings.
The machine will be used for recording ABI & TBI. I have had a play with the Dopplex Assist (Huntleigh Healthcare) and at £3000 seems to be the best value, although if anyone has an alternative please let me know.
However the interpretation of the wave is something that is all but a distant memory and i will require access to publications/literature that explains what each peak and trough can reveal about the condition of an arteriole etc.
Can anyone give me details of how i acquire such information on line?