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Vaginal Photoplethysmography

"The most widely used method for monitoring genital responses in women is vaginal photoplethysmography. This technique uses a vaginal photometer, originally used by Palti and Bercovici (Palti & Bercovici, 1967) and refined by Sintchak and Geer (1975) and Hoon, Wincze, and Hoon (1976)." More information ›

The University of Amsterdam's "VPA-02" Probe

Designed to measure vaginal pulse amplitude (VPA) and vaginal blood volume (VBV) with high accuracy. More information ›

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