plethysmogram


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plethysmogram

(plē-thĭz′mə-grăm′, plə-)
n.
A record or tracing produced by a plethysmograph.
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Movius AJ et al [14] and Avadhesh O et al [17] found that SBP correlates better with pulse oximetric BP recordings taken at reappearance of plethysmogram, while slowly deflating the BP cuff.
The second-order differential of PPG signal is defined as the acceleration plethysmogram (APG).
Examples of more general commercial health monitoring devices are the ViSiMobile [24], which measures ECG, HR, oxygen saturation, BR, noninvasive blood pressure, and skin temperature; the AVIVO MPM PiiX [25], which is capable of monitoring fluid status, HR, BR, posture, activity, and ECG; the Equivital LifeMonitor [26], that collects ECG, BR, skin temperature, and acceleration data along with other metrics such as galvanic skin response, oxygen saturation, or geopositioning; the Zephyr Bioharness [27], a garment that registers comprehensive physiological data from medical-grade ECG, HR, and BR to motion; or the RS TechMedic DynaVision [28], which incorporates ECG, HR, plethysmogram, SpO2, and body temperature sensors.
Morand et al., "Does the pleth variability index indicate the respiratory-induced variation in the plethysmogram and arterial pressure waveforms?" Anesthesia and Analgesia, vol.
The pulse wave pattern can be obtained by second differentiation of digital plethysmogram using physical specific status such as uncertain inflection points.