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This work compares the time series obtained by
measuring simultaneously the
RR time series with a Polar
Sensor and the Pulse to Pulse (PP) time series by using the
camera of smartphones. The measured differences between
time series are modulated by the breathing rate and have little
influence from the measuring device. The standard deviation
of the differences between time series depends mostly on the
subject under measurement and can change from values of
around 10 ms order to values near 100 ms. These differences
affect the quantification of HRV. On average, a breathing
rate around 0.2 Hz is advised to minimize these errors.
CitationMateu, M.; Guede, F.; Garcia, M. RR time series comparison obtained by H7 polar sensors or by photoplethysmography using smartphones: breathing and devices influences. A: European Conference of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering. "IFMBE Proceedings volume 45 - 6th European Conference of the International Federation for Medical an Biological Engineering (MBEC 2014)". Dubrownik: Springer, 2014, p. 264-267.
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