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The received light signal from the sensor contains information of blood flow variations
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RespiHeart is based on optical measurement, using two different wavelengths. The geometrical design of the sensor enables deep bone level penetration. The light from the sensor illuminates the sternum blood vessels and the detectors capture the reflected and scattered light.

…caused by respiratory
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…and heart activity
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NIR (810nm) and Red (660nm) are used for determination of Oxygen Saturation
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The signals are processed by the RespiHeart algorithms – this enables registration of: Respiratory rate, Heart rate, and Oxygen saturation

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Clinical studies: RespiHeart demonstrates very strong correlations to standard methods
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Based on the unique respiration signal, RespiHeart offers unique advantages and diagnostic opportunities

New Respiratory Parameters

  • Respiratory arrhythmias

  • Inspiratory reserve capacity, IRC

  • Expiratory reserve capacity, ERC

  • Relationship: inspiration time / Expiration time

  • Obstruction

  • Variations in respiratory depth

  • Respiratory related variations in oxygen saturation

The RespiHeart signal corresponds to variations in respiratory pattern reflecting irregulatories and dyspnea in breathing 
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The inspiration / expiration slope provides a measure of respiratory obstruction

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Variations in area under curve correspond to respiratory depth

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