Normal arterial line waveforms

The arterial pressure wave (which is what you see there) is a shockwave; it travels much faster than the actual blood which is ejected. It represents the impulse of left ventricular contraction, conducted though the aortic valve and vessels along a fluid column (of blood), then up a catheter, the...

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