Mobile monitoring with wearable photoplethysmographic biosensors.

  title={Mobile monitoring with wearable photoplethysmographic biosensors.},
  author={Harry Asada and Phillip A. Shaltis and Andrew Reisner and Sokwoo Rhee and Reginald C Hutchinson},
  journal={IEEE engineering in medicine and biology magazine : the quarterly magazine of the Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society},
  volume={22 3},
earable biosensors (WBS) will permit continuous cardiovascular (CV) monitoring in a number of novel settings. Benefits may be realized in the diagnosis and treatment of a number of major diseases. WBS, in conjunction with appropriate alarm algorithms, can increase surveillance capabilities for CV catastrophe for high-risk subjects. WBS could also play a role in the treatment of chronic diseases, by providing information that enables precise titration of therapy or detecting lapses in patient… CONTINUE READING
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