Sleep assessment using a passive ballistocardiography-based system: Preliminary validation

@article{Mack2009SleepAU,
  title={Sleep assessment using a passive ballistocardiography-based system: Preliminary validation},
  author={David C. Mack and James T. Patrie and Robin A. Felder and Paul M. Suratt and Majd Alwan},
  journal={2009 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2009},
  pages={4319-4322}
}
Quantitative sleep analysis through the use of polysomnography is a well established standard. Finding new ways to approach this, especially over multiple nights, is becoming more important due to a growing recognition of adverse effects from poor sleep and sleep disorders. The Non-Invasive Analysis of Physiological Signals (NAPSTM) system is a ballistocardiography-based monitoring system developed to measure heart rate, breathing rate and musculoskeletal movement that shows promise as a… CONTINUE READING
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