Using wavelet analysis to characterize the thermoregulatory mechanisms of sacral skin blood flow.

@article{Geyer2004UsingWA,
  title={Using wavelet analysis to characterize the thermoregulatory mechanisms of sacral skin blood flow.},
  author={Mary Jo Geyer and Yih-Kuen Jan and David M. Brienza and Michael L. Boninger},
  journal={Journal of rehabilitation research and development},
  year={2004},
  volume={41 6A},
  pages={797-806}
}
Pressure-induced skin blood flow responses measured via laser Doppler flowmetry are commonly reported in the time domain. The usefulness of spectral analysis in examining blood flow control mechanisms has been demonstrated, but traditional Fourier analysis does not provide sufficient resolution to reveal characteristic low frequencies. Time-frequency (wavelet) analysis was performed on 10 subjects' sacral skin blood flow responses to heating (45 degrees C) with improved resolution. Five… CONTINUE READING

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