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학술지 Development and Evaluation of a Wristwatch-Type Photoplethysmography Array Sensor Module
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저자
이용귀, 조준, 신현순
발행일
201305
출처
IEEE Sensors Journal, v.13 no.5, pp.1459-1463
ISSN
1530-437X
출판사
IEEE
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2012.2235424
협약과제
12MC1800, 감성신호 센싱 디바이스 개발(본과제 : 센싱기반 감성서비스 모바일단말 기술개발), 신현순
초록
In this paper, we address a new photoplethysmography (PPG) signal-sensing method using a wristwatch-type PPG array sensor. According to the development of the ubiquitous health care system, the many types of medical equipment and treatments have been improved. In conventional PPG signal-sensing approaches, the finger-type PPG probe has been used. However, the finger-type PPG probe requires tight fitting that restricts movement, meaning that patients should endure dome discomfort while wearing it. To solve this problem, we propose a novel PPG array sensor module with a wristwatch-type design. The proposed module measures the PPG signal from the radial artery and the ulnar artery of the wrist, whereas previous methods obtained it from the capillaries of the skin. Moreover, we place phototransistors and infrared-emitting diodes in an array form to improve the PPG signal sensitivity and level of accuracy. Various arrays are considered for optimization, and a conductive rubber wristband is employed to reduce external noise. In the experiments, the proposed module is assessed and compared with the commercial product. This comparison between the commercial finger-type probe dataset and the PPG array module wrist-type probe dataset shows that the degree of similarity between the two signals is greater than 91.2%. © 2001-2012 IEEE.
키워드
Mobile device, photoplethysmograph (PPG), U-health, wristwatch-type PPG array sensor
KSP 제안 키워드
Conductive rubber, Degree of similarity, Development and Evaluation, Emitting diodes, External noise, Healthcare Systems, Infrared emitting, Level of accuracy, Mobile devices, PPG signal, Sensor module