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This pilot study was aimed to investigate the possibilities to use the photoplethysmographic (PPG) method for the pulse wave registration from radial artery. The PPG sensor with different separation distances between light emitting diodes (LED) and photodiode was built. The PPG signal registration was carried out at the locations with two different depths(More)
We present few-femtosecond shadowgraphic snapshots taken during the nonlinear evolution of the plasma wave in a laser wakefield accelerator with transverse synchronized few-cycle probe pulses. These snapshots can be directly associated with the electron density distribution within the plasma wave and give quantitative information about its size and shape.(More)
The aim of this paper is to propose a smart optical sensor for cardiovascular activity monitoring at different tissue layers. Photoplethysmography (PPG) is a noninvasive optical technique for monitoring mainly blood volume changes in the examined tissue. However, different important physiological parameters, such as oxygen saturation, heart and breathing(More)
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