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Invasive blood pressure

Invasive blood pressure is a method of measuring blood pressure internally by using a sensitive IV catheter inserted into an artery. This provides a more accurate reading of the patent's current blood pressure. This is usually used where rapid variations of blood pressure are anticipated.

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