Comparison of two systems for long-term heart rate variability monitoring in free-living conditions--a pilot study.

  • Kristiansen J
  • Korshøj M
  • Skotte J
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Abstract

A number of small portable systems that can measure HRV are available to address questions related to autonomic regulation in free-living subjects. However, ambulatory HRV measurements obtained through use of these systems have not previously been validated against standard clinical measurements such as Holter recordings. The objective of this study was to validate HRV obtained using a commonly used system, Actiheart, during occupational and leisure-time activities.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Autonomic nervous system
  • Holter monitoring
  • autonomic nervous system field
  • field study
  • holter monitoring
  • method
  • method comparison
  • study

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Authors

  • Jesper Kristiansen

  • Mette Korshøj

  • Jørgen H Skotte

  • Tobias Jespersen

  • Karen Søgaard

  • Ole S Mortensen

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