Segmenting cardiac-related data using sleep stages increases separation between normal subjects and apnoeic patients.

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Inter-patient comparisons of cardiovascular metrics indicative of patient health have been shown to be successful in differentiating patients on a group rather than an individual level. This is in part due to the range of mental (as well as physical) activity-based variations for each patient and the difficulty assessing physical and mental activity during… (More)

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@article{Clifford2004SegmentingCD, title={Segmenting cardiac-related data using sleep stages increases separation between normal subjects and apnoeic patients.}, author={G. D. Clifford and L. Tarassenko}, journal={Physiological measurement}, year={2004}, volume={25 6}, pages={N27-35} }