Approximate Entropy based ayurvedic pulse diagnosis for diabetics - a case study

@article{Arunkumar2011ApproximateEB,
  title={Approximate Entropy based ayurvedic pulse diagnosis for diabetics - a case study},
  author={N. Arunkumar and K. M. Mohamed Sirajudeen},
  journal={3rd International Conference on Trendz in Information Sciences & Computing (TISC2011)},
  year={2011},
  pages={133-135}
}
In general, ayurvedic doctors used to examine the body by analyzing the wrist pulse of the patient. It is said that these pulse characteristics changes corresponding to the various changes in the body. For example, a tumour and a cyst will have different patterns in their pulse characteristics. Thus the wrist pulse signal is being used to analyze a person's health status. This reflects the pathologic changes of the person's body condition. Three different pulses can be located in single artery… CONTINUE READING
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