Sequential physiological analysis of daily-life recordings

Abstract : Non invasive monitoring of chronic patients or sports(wo)men needs the development of real-time evaluation of individual physiological state. Our hypothesis is that the evolution of a subject physiological state can be described as a sequence of elementary physiological situations, each corresponding to a specific combination of physiological functions. Our objective is to demonstrate the possibility to divide a daily life moment into a sequence of distinct situations from physiological (cardio-respiratory and actimetric) signals. On almost all signals and all subjects, we observe a good concordance between changes in dynamic characteristic of the signals and annotated occurrences of situation changes. When a situation change is not detected on one signal, it may be systematically located on at least another one.
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Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology, Wiley, 2012, 26, pp.123-137
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Julie Fontecave-Jallon, Pascale Calabrese, Benoît Vettier, Catherine Garbay, Pierre Baconnier. Sequential physiological analysis of daily-life recordings. Fundamental and Clinical Pharmacology, Wiley, 2012, 26, pp.123-137. 〈hal-00947953〉



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