The man behind the science of blood pressure
This photo has been previously mislabeled as being a photo of Samuel Von Basch, but as Von Basch was born in 1837 and the device on the phot
Everything you wanted to know about Hypertension and never dared to ask.
We all die of a broken heart... The moment that the heart stops beating indicates the end of life. The heart is the most important organ in
The Dudgeon Sphygmograph
In 1881 the English physician and homeopath, Robert Ellis Dudgeon introduced a new, highly portable Sphygmograph. Dudgeon’s Sphygmograph was
The History of Blood Pressure
A short video on the History of Blood Pressure, music by Guistini de Pistoja, played by Uwe Diegel, on a 1922 Bechstein.
The Marey Sphygmograph
The Marey Sphygmograph became the first instrument of its kind to be widely used in clinical medicine. Dr Marey, a French scientist and phy