New technology for contactless heart rate, respiratory rate, and tidal volume monitoring
Noriyoshi Tanaka, PhD, RN, School of Nursing, University of Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Japan; Yumi Tanaka, MD; Satomi Takeda, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, Fuji Hospital, Gotenba, Japan; Syozo Hayashi, RN, Department of Nursing, Fuji Hospital, Gotenba, Japan; Megumi Hori, PhD, RN, Division of Surveillance, Center for Cancer Control and Information Services, National Cancer Center, Tokyo, Japan; Hiroshi Nakayama, PhD, Fuji Technical Support Center, Industrial Research Institute of Shizuoka Prefecture, Fuji, Japan; Takahiro Kakeda, PhD, RN, Department of Nursing, Kansai University of Social Welfare, Hyogo, Japan
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Changes in heart and respiratory rates and tidal volume were detected using a noninvasive, noncontact biological information sensor in patients receiving general anesthesia. The results demonstrated that all measurements were within permissible ranges. Moreover, we determined changes in tidal volume that we believe are indicative of a patient's respiratory status.
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