Simplifying oscillometric blood pressure measurement models using global sensitivity analysis
The oscillometric method still challenges accurate blood pressure measurement due to its difficulty compensating for pregnancy, age, hypo-, and hypertension. Global sensitivity analysis methods were used to develop a simplified model that is useful for directing and optimizing the design of an automated oscillometric blood pressure measurement system. The most influential biological and design parameters were identified allowing the calculation of output error ranges and methods to estimate...[Show more]
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|Source:||2012 25th IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering: Vision for a Greener Future, CCECE 2012|
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