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Concept Blood Flow Velocity
Academic Article Estimating normal and pathological dynamic responses in cerebral blood flow velocity to step changes in end-tidal pCO2.
Academic Article Estimation of coherence between blood flow and spontaneous EEG activity in neonates.
Academic Article High spontaneous fluctuation in arterial blood pressure improves the assessment of cerebral autoregulation.
Academic Article Age and cigarette smoking are independently associated with the cutaneous vascular response to local warming.
Academic Article Detection of impaired cerebral autoregulation improves by increasing arterial blood pressure variability.
Academic Article Objective selection of signals for assessment of cerebral blood flow autoregulation in neonates.
Academic Article Cord milking versus immediate clamping in preterm infants: a randomised controlled trial.
Academic Article Cutaneous vascular response to local warming: a response to letter from Cracowski and Roustit.
Academic Article Random perturbations of arterial blood pressure for the assessment of dynamic cerebral autoregulation.
Academic Article Increased blood pressure variability upon standing up improves reproducibility of cerebral autoregulation indices.
Academic Article CrossTalk opposing view: dynamic cerebral autoregulation should be quantified using induced (rather than spontaneous) blood pressure fluctuations.
Academic Article Estimating confidence intervals for cerebral autoregulation: a parametric bootstrap approach.
Academic Article A Data-Driven Approach to Transfer Function Analysis for Superior Discriminative Power: Optimized Assessment of Dynamic Cerebral Autoregulation.
Academic Article Real-time digital processing of Doppler ultrasound signals and calculation of flow parameters.
Academic Article Assessing blood flow control through a bootstrap method.
Academic Article Nonlinear, multiple-input modeling of cerebral autoregulation using Volterra Kernel estimation.
Academic Article Between-centre variability in transfer function analysis, a widely used method for linear quantification of the dynamic pressure-flow relation: the CARNet study.
Academic Article Coherent averaging of pseudorandom binary stimuli: is the dynamic cerebral autoregulatory response symmetrical?
Academic Article Revisiting the frequency domain: the multiple and partial coherence of cerebral blood flow velocity in the assessment of dynamic cerebral autoregulation.
Academic Article Assessment of dynamic cerebral autoregulation in humans: Is reproducibility dependent on blood pressure variability?
Academic Article Point-Counterpoint: Transfer function analysis of dynamic cerebral autoregulation: To band or not to band?
Academic Article Point/counterpoint: We should not take the direction of blood pressure change into consideration for dynamic cerebral autoregulation quantification.

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