Experimental low cost reflective type oximeter for wearable health systems

@article{Rodrigues2017ExperimentalLC,
  title={Experimental low cost reflective type oximeter for wearable health systems},
  author={Eduardo M. G. Rodrigues and Radu Godina and Carlos M. P. Cabrita and Jo{\~a}o P. S. Catal{\~a}o},
  journal={Biomed. Signal Proc. and Control},
  year={2017},
  volume={31},
  pages={419-433}
}
The advent of wearable technology is fundamental to the dissemination of wearable personal health monitoring devices. Recent developments of biomedical sensors have decreased the form factor and power consumption that can be worn on a permanent basis. This paper discusses a low cost reflective photoplethysmography (PPG) system using a dedicated integrated circuit (IC) solution as the core of a wearable health monitoring device. The measurement of two physiological indicators is performed… CONTINUE READING
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