Developing an algorithm for pulse oximetry derived respiratory rate (RRoxi): a healthy volunteer study

  title={Developing an algorithm for pulse oximetry derived respiratory rate (RRoxi): a healthy volunteer study},
  author={Paul S. Addison and James N. Watson and Michael L. Mestek and Roger S. Mecca},
  booktitle={Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing},
Objective The presence of respiratory information within the pulse oximeter signal (PPG) is a well-documented phenomenon. However, extracting this information for the purpose of continuously monitoring respiratory rate requires: (1) the recognition of the multi-faceted manifestations of respiratory modulation components within the PPG and the complex interactions among them; (2) the implementation of appropriate advanced signal processing techniques to take full advantage of this information… CONTINUE READING
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