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Unobtrusive heartbeat monitoring by using a bed fiber-optic sensor
Peter Podbreznik, Denis Đonlagić, Dejan Lešnik, Boris Cigale, Damjan Zazula, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Demographic trends suggest that by 2050 approximately 11 % of the world population will be 80 or older. If a fast increase of chronic diseases is also considered, it becomes clear the present healthcare capacities won't be enough. The elderly and people with limited abilities must be assisted in their home environment and, thus, reduce needs for hospitalization and institutionalization. Today's computer and communication technologies provide different smart devices, which is a core of emerging intensification of homecare services, in particular remote and unobtrusive monitoring of human functional- health parameters.
Keywords: plastic optical fiber, speckle interferometry, unobtrusive monitoring of human vital signs, heartbeat detection, ballistocardiography
Published in DKUM: 21.12.2015; Views: 1575; Downloads: 106
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