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Processing of wireless peripheral sensors for monitoring blood pressure

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Year: 2019
COI code: IHSC12_140
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Authors Processing of wireless peripheral sensors for monitoring blood pressure

Ali Hajipour Talebi - BSc Student Health Information Technology, Student Research Committee, Faculty of Paramedicine, Army University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
  Feresteh Soltani Fard - Health Information Technology Expert, Student Research Committee, Lorestan University of Medical Sciences,Khorramabad, Iran
  Maryam Dehghani - Msc Student, Health Information Technology, Faculty of Paramedical Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
  Zahra Arasteh - Faculty of Paramedicine, Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, Sari, Iran

Abstract:

Background and Aim: Nowadays, continuous monitoring of cardiac blood pressure has a tremendous value for medicine (cardiovascular, circulation and neurology, management), health (stress and stress tracking), and fitness (performance monitoring). For processing, they use wireless sensor sensors and the environment that interact with everyday activities. The purpose of this study was to investigate the wearable and environmental wireless sensors processing and monitoring of blood pressure during daytime activities.Methods: The present study was a systematic overview with a comprehensive search of Internet sites, validated journals, Scopus, SID, Google Scholar, ISC and related articles in this field. Wearable Sensors, Monitoring, Blood Pressure and their combinations were used to search the English input and English terms, and the time range 2010 to 2017 was considered for the selection of articles. The articles were found in about 120 articles, of which about 90 articles were included in the study, and then these articles were evaluated in terms of title, abstract and full text. After removing repetitive and unrelated, about 68 related articles Was selected by research.Results: Based on the studies conducted, about 120 papers in this area, of which about 68 articles were included in the study, showed that wearable and environmental sensor sensors simultaneously provide information on the location of the user and the vital signs These diagnoses are based on PPG, ECG, and occupier sensors. Meanwhile, the wearable sensors measure each signal and can display sensor signals with a 1mm gauge.Conclusion: According to the results, wearable sensor sensors require a high sampling rate and time synchronization to provide a detailed analysis of the received signals, so that the data transmission of wearable sensors from the Bluetooth speed Sampling is used for one kilohertz. Also, two radio wearable sensors enable true timing and work with environmental sensors.

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monitoring, blood pressure, wireless sensors, wearable and environmental sensors

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