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On the need to estimate the adequacy of measurement results

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2 Author(s)
Leca, R. ; Biomed. R&D, Biosign Technol. Inc., Roseneath, ON, Canada ; Groza, V.

The notion of measurement uncertainty was coined to characterize physical phenomena and engineering constructions. The related standards that were subsequently conceived are not fully applicable to biomedical applications, where the measurand can change during measurement and the possibility to repeat measurement is an exception. Authors introduce some provisions to extend uncertainty application to blood pressure monitoring.

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Advanced Methods for Uncertainty Estimation in Measurement, 2009. AMUEM 2009. IEEE International Workshop on

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6-7 July 2009