Pilot investigation of photoplethysmographic signals and blood oxygen saturation values during blood pressure cuff-induced hypoperfusion

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Kyriacou, P. A.; Shafqat, K.; Pal, S. K.;
(2009)

Photoplethysmography (PPG) is a non-invasive electro-optical technique widely used in the monitoring of the pulsations associated with changes in blood volume in a peripheral vascular bed. The technique is based on the absorption properties of vascular tissue when it is... View more
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