Olivier Grossenbacher

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The clinical demand for a device to monitor blood pressure (BP) in ambulatory scenarios with minimal use of inflation cuffs is increasing. Based on the so-called pulse wave velocity (PWV) principle, this paper introduces and evaluates a novel concept of BP monitor that can be fully integrated within a chest sensor. After a preliminary calibration, the(More)
Ambulatory electrocardiogram (ECG) monitors have been intensely used since half century but are still associated to clinical/ambulatory cumbersome procedures. The question of this research is the following: what is the performance of a photoplethysmography (PPG)- based device located at the wrist in terms of heart rate variability (HRV) monitoring? PPG and(More)
In this work, we present an accelerometry-based device for robust running speed estimation integrated into a watch-like device. The estimation is based on inertial data processing, which consists in applying a leg-and-arm dynamic motion model to 3D accelerometer signals. This motion model requires a calibration procedure that can be done either on a known(More)
LTMS-S is a new wearable system for the monitoring of several physiological signals--including a two-lead electrocardiogram (ECG)--and parameters, such as the heart rate, the breathing rate, the peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO2), the core body temperature (CBT), and the physical activity. All signals are measured using only three sensors embedded within a(More)
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