A comment on 'Comparative analysis of the isovolume calibration method for non-invasive respiratory monitoring techniques based on area transduction versus circumference transduction using the connected cylinders model' (2011 Pysiol. Meas. 32 1265-74)

Augousti, A T and Radosz, A (2015) A comment on 'Comparative analysis of the isovolume calibration method for non-invasive respiratory monitoring techniques based on area transduction versus circumference transduction using the connected cylinders model' (2011 Pysiol. Meas. 32 1265-74). Physiological Measurement, 36(5), p. 1063. ISSN (print) 0967-3334

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Abstract

An analysis introduced by the authors in 2011 examining the robustness of the isovolume method for the calibration of the respiratory inductive plethysmograph based on the connected cylinders particular model of Konno and Mead's generalized two-compartment model of respiration is extended. It is demonstrated that extending this to a more physically realistic geometrical model, termed the connected prismatic elliptical segments model, does not enhance the earlier analysis, and that the analysis can easily be proven to cover all area-based transduction sensors, irrespective of the actual geometry of the compartments.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: plethysmography, respiratory monitoring, respiratory inductive plethysmograph, fibre-optic respiratory plethysmograph, biomedical instrumentation, fibre-optic sensors
Research Area: Biological sciences
Faculty, School or Research Centre: Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing
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Depositing User: Katrina Clifford
Date Deposited: 30 Mar 2015 12:02
Last Modified: 14 Aug 2017 12:07
URI: http://eprints.kingston.ac.uk/id/eprint/30608

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