Comparison of Respiratory Rates Derived from Heart Rate Variability, ECG Amplitude, and Nasal/Oral Airflow

@article{Cysarz2008ComparisonOR,
  title={Comparison of Respiratory Rates Derived from Heart Rate Variability, ECG Amplitude, and Nasal/Oral Airflow},
  author={Dirk Cysarz and Roland Zerm and Henrik Bettermann and Matthias Fr{\"u}hwirth and Maximilian J. Moser and Matthias Kroez},
  journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={2085-2094}
}
It would often be desirable to obtain the respiratory rate during everyday conditions without obtaining an additional respiratory trace. This study investigates the agreement between respiratory rate assessed from the electrocardiogram (ECG) and the reference respiratory rate derived from a nasal/oral airflow (AF). Nasal/oral airflow and a Holter ECG were recorded in 52 healthy subjects (26 males, age range: 25.4–85.4 years) during everyday conditions for at least 10 h, including night-time… CONTINUE READING
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