Respiratory Rate Estimation by Using ECG, Impedance, and Motion Sensing in Smart Clothing

  title={Respiratory Rate Estimation by Using ECG, Impedance, and Motion Sensing in Smart Clothing},
  author={Chien-Lung Shen and Tzu-Hao Huang and Po-Chun Hsu and Ya-Chi Ko and Fen-Ling Chen and Wei-Chun Wang and Tsair Kao and Chia-Tai Chan},
  journal={Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering},
  pages={826 - 842}
The needs for light-weight and soft smart clothing in homecare have been rising since the past decade. Many smart textile sensors have been developed and applied to automatic physiological and user-centered environmental status recognition. In the present study, we propose wearable multi-sensor smart clothing for homecare monitoring based on an economic fabric electrode with high elasticity and low resistance. The wearable smart clothing integrated with heterogeneous sensors is capable to… 
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