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Fibre optic sensor for physiological parameters

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3 Author(s)
C. Gagnadre ; Lab. d'Electron. des Syst. Temps Reel, Lorient, France ; M. Billon ; S. Thuillier

A fibre optic sensor structure is proposed for recovering the most relevant physiological parameters aiming at identifying the different sleep phases. The device comprises a multimode loss fibre optic sensor built into a watch casing. The sensor structure generates micro-deformations and allows a sensor to be made which is sensitive enough to detect the composite signal from the patient's wrist

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 21 )