Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2021): Jul-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/27765, first published .
Validation of Heart Rate Extracted From Wrist-Based Photoplethysmography in the Perioperative Setting: Prospective Observational Study

Validation of Heart Rate Extracted From Wrist-Based Photoplethysmography in the Perioperative Setting: Prospective Observational Study

Validation of Heart Rate Extracted From Wrist-Based Photoplethysmography in the Perioperative Setting: Prospective Observational Study

Journals

  1. Helmer P, Hottenrott S, Rodemers P, Leppich R, Helwich M, Pryss R, Kranke P, Meybohm P, Winkler B, Sammeth M. Accuracy and Systematic Biases of Heart Rate Measurements by Consumer-Grade Fitness Trackers in Postoperative Patients: Prospective Clinical Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(12):e42359 View
  2. van der Stam J, Mestrom E, Scheerhoorn J, Jacobs F, Nienhuijs S, Boer A, van Riel N, de Morree H, Bonomi A, Scharnhorst V, Bouwman R. The Accuracy of Wrist-Worn Photoplethysmogram–Measured Heart and Respiratory Rates in Abdominal Surgery Patients: Observational Prospective Clinical Validation Study. JMIR Perioperative Medicine 2023;6:e40474 View
  3. Cui X, Wang J, Xue S, Qin Z, Peng C. Quantifying the accuracy of inter-beat intervals acquired from consumer-grade photoplethysmography wristbands using an electrocardiogram-aided information-based similarity approach. Physiological Measurement 2024;45(3):035002 View