Blood Pressure Estimation with Considering of Stroke volume Effect

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IGI Global
Publication Type:
Chapter
Citation:
Encyclopaedia of HealthCare Information Systems, 2008, first Edition, pp. 171 - 180
Issue Date:
2008-01
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The mean arterial pressure (MAP) is a very important cardiovascular parameter for physicians to diagnose various cardiovascular diseases. Many algorithms were used to estimate MAP with different accuracy. These algorithms used different factors, such as blood level, pulses, and external applied pressure, photo-plethysmography (PPG) signal features, heart rate (HR), and other factors. In addition, some natural-based techniques were employed to minimize the difference between estimated and measured blood pressure, as well as to measure blood pressure continuously.
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