Pulse transit time measured by photoplethysmography improves the accuracy of heart rate as a surrogate measure of cardiac output, stroke volume and oxygen uptake in response to graded exercise

L. Pollonini, N. S. Padhye, R. Re, A. Torricelli, R. J. Simpson, C. C. Dacso

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