In many cases continuous monitoring of vital signals is required and low intrusiveness is an important requirement. Incorporating monitoring systems in the hospital or home bed could have benefits for patients and caregivers. The objective of this work is the definition of a measurement protocol and the creation of a data set of measurements using commercial and low-cost prototypes devices to estimate heart rate and breathing rate. The experimental data will be used to compare results achieved by the devices and to develop algorithms for feature extraction of vital signals.
Heart and Breathing Rate Measurement Using Low Intrusive Monitoring Systems / Gaiduk, M.; Orcioni, S.; Seepold, R.; Madrid, N. M.; Pierleoni, P.; Gentili, A.; Burattini, L.; Sbrollini, A.; Marcantoni, I.; Morettini, M.; Conti, M.. - (2022), pp. 37-49. [10.1007/978-3-031-16855-0_5]