Increasing signal processing sophistication in the calculation of the respiratory modulation of the photoplethysmogram (DPOP)

@inproceedings{Addison2014IncreasingSP,
  title={Increasing signal processing sophistication in the calculation of the respiratory modulation of the photoplethysmogram (DPOP)},
  author={Paul S. Addison and Rui Wang and Alberto A. Uribe and Sergio D. Bergese},
  booktitle={Journal of Clinical Monitoring and Computing},
  year={2014}
}
DPOP (∆POP or Delta-POP) is a non-invasive parameter which measures the strength of respiratory modulations present in the pulse oximetry photoplethysmogram (pleth) waveform. It has been proposed as a non-invasive surrogate parameter for pulse pressure variation (PPV) used in the prediction of the response to volume expansion in hypovolemic patients. Many groups have reported on the DPOP parameter and its correlation with PPV using various semi-automated algorithmic implementations. The study… CONTINUE READING
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