Study of Blood Pressure Monitoring After Cardiac Surgery Using a Wearable, Non-invasive Sensor
Updated: Dec 6, 2021
Continuous blood pressure (BP) measurement in intensive care units is based on arterial line (AL) transducers, sometimes associated with clinical complications. Our objective was to evaluate continuous BP measurements obtained from a non-invasive, wireless photoplethysmography (PPG)-based device using two distinct configurations (wristwatch and chest-patch monitors) compared to an AL.
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Frontiers | A Pilot Study of Blood Pressure Monitoring After Cardiac Surgery Using a Wearable, Non-invasive Sensor | Medicine (frontiersin.org)