Noninvasive arterial blood pressure active measurements based on pulse wave prediction dependent sensor control
V. E. Antciperov, G. K. Mansurov
Institute of Radio-engineering and Electronics of RAS
The paper is
received on November 19, 2015
The report presents the latest results of
developing a new method of noninvasive continuous blood pressure monitoring.
This method is based on the principle of pulse wave compensation. It is shown
that sensors for such a measurement should be not only smart, but also active.
In this connection, a part of introduction is devoted to the issues of
expanding the concept of smart sensors to the concept of active sensors. A
significant part of the report describes the technical designed of the active
sensor for noninvasive pressure measurement. The results of its calibration and
testing are under discussion. The main section of the report is devoted to the
development of software for active sensor control – its intellectual stuffing.
We describe and justify a new principle of managing active measurement of
quasi-periodic processes – pulse wave compensation based on patterns forecast.
bio-medical signals processing; smart
sensors; active sensors; active measurements, compensation method; noninvasive
arterial blood pressure monitoring; point processes, wideband pulse processes,
multiscale correlational analysis, analytic spectra.