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Pulse wave velocity measurement with soft-polymer optical fibers for wearable continuous blood pressure monitoring

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Abstract

Soft-polymer fibers allow strong conformal contact with the skin and are extremely sensitive for deformation, despite high propagation loss. This enables pulse wave velocities measurements. Blood pressure can then be inferred using the Moens-Kortweg model.

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