Toward Generating More Diagnostic Features from Photoplethysmogram Waveforms
AbstractPhotoplethysmogram (PPG) signals collected using a pulse oximeter are increasingly being used for screening and diagnosis purposes. Because of the non-invasive, cost-effective, and easy-to-use nature of the pulse oximeter, clinicians and biomedical engineers are investigating how PPG signals can help in the management of many medical conditions, especially for global health application. The study of PPG signal analysis is relatively new compared to research in electrocardiogram signals, for instance; however, we anticipate that in the near future blood pressure, cardiac output, and other clinical parameters will be measured from wearable devices that collect PPG signals, based on the signal’s vast potential. This article attempts to organize and standardize the names of PPG waveforms to ensure consistent terminologies, thereby helping the rapid developments in this research area, decreasing the disconnect within and among different disciplines, and increasing the number of features generated from PPG waveforms. View Full-Text
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Elgendi, M.; Liang, Y.; Ward, R. Toward Generating More Diagnostic Features from Photoplethysmogram Waveforms. Diseases 2018, 6, 20.
Elgendi M, Liang Y, Ward R. Toward Generating More Diagnostic Features from Photoplethysmogram Waveforms. Diseases. 2018; 6(1):20.Chicago/Turabian Style
Elgendi, Mohamed; Liang, Yongbo; Ward, Rabab. 2018. "Toward Generating More Diagnostic Features from Photoplethysmogram Waveforms." Diseases 6, no. 1: 20.
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