"JOURNAL OF RADIO ELECTRONICS"  N 11, 2014

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UDC 004.93'11

BLOOD PRESSURE RHYTHM ESTIMATION BASED ON SHAPE OF PATTERNS FOR ANALYTIC SPECTRA

 

V. Ň. Antsiperov1, K. G. Mansurov1, V. V. Bonch-Bruevich2

1Kotelínikov Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Science

2Joint Stock Company NEUROCOM

 

The paper is received on November 20, 2014

Abstract: The paper presents the latest results of developing new methods, based on Multiscale Correlation Analysis for bio-medical signals processing. It is shown that in case a signal has the form of repeated wave pulses, MCA naturally leads to the technique previously introduced by the authors and called the analytical spectra.† It is also demonstrated, that detecting typical MCA fragments by appropriate patterns, gives the possibility to significantly improve the repetition estimation. The paper† discusses the application of these methods to the problems of the blood pressure rhythm monitoring. In relation to monitoring BP some characteristics of the method are under discussion.

Key words: blood pressure monitoring, i-Medicine, third generation sensors, multiscale correlational analysis, analytic spectra.