Recent research and developing trends of wearable sensors for detecting blood pressure

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Abstract

Blood pressure is considered an index to measure a person’s health or state. The IEEE published a standard for wearable cuffless blood pressure measuring devices, which was certified as IEEE1708 on 26 August 2014, and, according to this standard, the development of wearable devices based on blood pressure is expected in the future. Considering this, blood pressure should be detectable all the time and everywhere, and this can help improve health consciousness. In this review, we introduce the recent development of wearable blood pressure measuring devices and research trends, and present the future prospects for blood pressure measuring devices.

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Arakawa, T. (2018, September 1). Recent research and developing trends of wearable sensors for detecting blood pressure. Sensors (Switzerland). MDPI AG. https://doi.org/10.3390/s18092772

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