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Measurement and Analysis of Pulse Wave Using a Clamping Pulsimeter Equipped With Hall Effect Device

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5 Author(s)
Il-Ho Son ; Dept. of Oriental Biomed. Eng., Sangji Univ., Wonju, South Korea ; Keun-Ho Kim ; Jong-Gu Choi ; Dong-Hyun Nam
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We measured signals at the “Guan” region of a radially arterial pulse using the testing product of a clamping pulsimeter equipped with a Hall effect device, which is passed signals through the voltage detecting hard ware system. The important four different measuring times of the period, systolic, reflective, and notch peaks for a temporally pulse signal are obtained and compared each other from the analysis for an arbitrary pulse wave of one position of small size permanent magnet. It is possible to measure the reproducible pulse rate and blood pressure without an unpleasant oppressive feeling due to the use of pressurization.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 10 )