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Is There More to Blood Volume Pulse Than Heart Rate Variability , Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia , and Cardiorespiratory Synchrony ?

@inproceedings{Peper2007IsTM,
  title={Is There More to Blood Volume Pulse Than Heart Rate Variability , Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia , and Cardiorespiratory Synchrony ?},
  author={Erik Peper and Rick Harvey and I-Mei Lin and Hana Tylova and Donald W. Moss},
  year={2007}
}
  • Erik Peper, Rick Harvey, +2 authors Donald W. Moss
  • Published 2007
  • A growing body of research reports the health benefi ts of training heart rate variability (HRV), and the clinical use of HRV training protocols has increased dramatically in recent years. Many of the home training devices and many of the sophisticated biofeedback instrumentation systems rely on the blood volume pulse (BVP) sensor, or photoplethysmograph, because it is more user friendly than the electrocardiogram used in medical settings. However, the BVP signal is valuable in its own right… CONTINUE READING

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