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Clinical applications of photoplethysmography

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This webinar will highlight emerging clinical applications of photoplethysmography. Photoplethysmography has traditionally been used in pulse oximeters for oxygen saturation and heart rate monitoring. Recently, several additional clinical applications have been proposed, ranging from screening newborn infants for critical congenital heart disease, to sleep apnea assessment, to identifying atrial fibrillation in everyday life. This webinar will feature talks from researchers who are pushing the boundaries of photoplethysmography, developing approaches to use it to enhance healthcare in a range of settings.


- John Allen (Coventry University) will present on Further explorations in photoplethysmography for the detection of occlusive peripheral arterial disease.

- Panicos Kyriacou (City, University of London) will present on Non-invasive optical monitoring of Intracranial Pressure in Traumatic Brain Injury patients.

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