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Title: Approximate entropy based pulse variability analysis
Authors: Wang, K
Xu, L
Li, Z
Zhang, DD 
Li, N
Wang, S
Keywords: Pulse variability
Approximate entropy
Cardiovascular system
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Source: CBMS 03 : 16th IEEE Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems : 26-27 June 2003, New York : proceedings, p. 236-241 How to cite?
Abstract: The dynamical analysis of pulse variability gives new insight into researches of cardiovascular system's dynamics. Firstly, long-term pulse variability analysis for the researches on cardiovascular system was proposed. Secondly, approximate entropy was applied to analyze three groups of long-term pulse waveform's variabilities and we found that the pulses' approximate entropies of patients with cardiovascular disease preferred to smaller value and less irregularity. What's more, the pulse variability of the patient with pacemaker newly implanted was also studied. Finally, the pulse variability's clinical value for cardiovascular system was concluded.
ISBN: 0-7695-1901-6
ISSN: 1063-7125
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