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Photoplethysmography (PPG) is a simple optical technique used to detect volumetric changes in blood in peripheral circulation. It is a low cost and non-invasive method that makes measurements at the surface of the skin.
Researchers propose new contactless method for measuring blood flow in the upper limbs

Researchers propose new contactless method for measuring blood flow in the upper limbs

Scientists find alterations in blood flow in response to body position change

Scientists find alterations in blood flow in response to body position change

New smartphone app can help detect atrial fibrillation

New smartphone app can help detect atrial fibrillation

Researchers study what blushing reveals about emotional states of narcissistic children

Researchers study what blushing reveals about emotional states of narcissistic children

Study validates accuracy of smart watches in measuring rapid heart rate

Study validates accuracy of smart watches in measuring rapid heart rate

Researchers develop new method to more accurately measure systolic blood pressure

Researchers develop new method to more accurately measure systolic blood pressure

Study finds substantial differences in accuracy of heart rate apps

Study finds substantial differences in accuracy of heart rate apps

High levels of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity linked to lower arterial stiffness in children

High levels of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity linked to lower arterial stiffness in children

Next generation wearables for health monitoring: an interview with Dr Steven LeBoeuf

Next generation wearables for health monitoring: an interview with Dr Steven LeBoeuf

Migraine patients differ from healthy people by increased vascular reactivity

Migraine patients differ from healthy people by increased vascular reactivity

How can deep learning impact healthcare?

How can deep learning impact healthcare?

FDA grants marketing clearance for WideMed's portable home sleep diagnostic and monitoring solution

FDA grants marketing clearance for WideMed's portable home sleep diagnostic and monitoring solution

Backpack straps can decrease blood flow in the shoulder and arm

Backpack straps can decrease blood flow in the shoulder and arm