Acquisition and analysis of cardiovascular signals on smartphones: potential, pitfalls and perspectives: by the Task Force of the e-Cardiology Working Group of European Society of Cardiology.

@article{Bruining2014AcquisitionAA,
  title={Acquisition and analysis of cardiovascular signals on smartphones: potential, pitfalls and perspectives: by the Task Force of the e-Cardiology Working Group of European Society of Cardiology.},
  author={Nico Bruining and Enrico G. Caiani and Catherine Chronaki and Przemyslaw Guzik and Enno Tjeerd van der Velde},
  journal={European journal of preventive cardiology},
  year={2014},
  volume={21 2 Suppl},
  pages={4-13}
}
Smartphones, mobile applications ('apps'), social media, analytics, and the cloud are profoundly changing the practice of medicine and the way health decisions are made. With the constant progress of technology, the measurement of vital signals becomes easier, cheaper, and practically a standard approach in clinical practice. The interest in measuring vital signals goes beyond medical professionals to the general public, patients, informal caregivers, and healthy individuals, who frequently… CONTINUE READING
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