HealthGear: a real-time wearable system for monitoring and analyzing physiological signals

@article{Oliver2006HealthGearAR,
  title={HealthGear: a real-time wearable system for monitoring and analyzing physiological signals},
  author={Nuria Oliver and Fernando Flores-Mangas},
  journal={International Workshop on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={4 pp.-64}
}
We present HealthGear, a real-time wearable system for monitoring, visualizing and analyzing physiological signals. HealthGear consists of a set of noninvasive physiological sensors wirelessly connected via Bluetooth to a cell phone which stores, transmits and analyzes the physiological data, and presents it to the user in an intelligible way. In this paper, we focus on an implementation of HealthGear using a blood oximeter to monitor the user's blood oxygen level and pulse while sleeping. We… CONTINUE READING
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