Stromuhr

A stromuhr (literally: German for stream clock) was a medical instrument designed by Carl Ludwig in 1867 to measure the strength of flow in major arteries and veins. ...
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stromuhr

An instrument for measuring the quantity of blood that flows per unit of time through a blood vessel. ... Origin: Ger. Strom, stream, + Uhr, clock ... Ludwig's stromuhr, one of the first devices for measuring flow in blood vessels. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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stromuhr

(shtro´moor) an instrument for measuring the velocity of the blood flow.
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stromuhr

Type: Term Pronunciation: strōm′ūr Definitions: 1. An instrument for measuring the quantity of blood that flows per unit of time through a blood vessel.
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