Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, March 19th, 2006
SGP measurements "are often used to assess laryngeal function; however, current methods to measure SGP are invasive or do not estimate SGP during phonation," according to surgeons in the United States, who performed a study "to devise a noninvasive technique to estimate SGP without interrupting phonation."
"This was a methodologic study designed to calculate the SGP of a human subject," explained J. Jiang and coauthors at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. "A new technique to estimate SGP was developed in which subject airflow was...
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