Dozee brings most efficient ballistocardiography to patient care

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Contactless Proprietary Ballistocardiography
Ballistocardiography uses mechanical vibrations produced by micro and macro body movements to study cardiac functions, extended to pulmonary and other functions. Dozee sensors placed under the mattress capture micro-vibrations produced in every heart beat, respiration cycles, tremors, seizures, and posture change, without any contact.
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Unleashing Dozee's true potential through research
Micro-Vibration Based Health Monitoring: Effect of External Factors on Ballistocardiogram Signals
AUTHORS: Ume Rani Jawad, Vaishnavi Rangaraj, Arpitha Kumar, Rakshith K Shetty, Swarna Kedia, Abhishek Appaji, Madhusmita Rawooth, Pooja Kadambi, Pavan Kumar Kaushik, Vishwa Singh

Abstract: Vital health parameters can provide a staggering amount of information about the general health of an individual, and continuous vital monitoring play....

3 January 2023

IOT based Sensor System for 24×7 monitoring movement disorder symptoms using machine learning
AUTHORS: Abin Ghosh, Nishita Anand, Pavan Kaushik, Vaishali Bagrodia, Pramod Kumar Pal, Ravi Yadav

Abstract: Parkinson's Disease (PD) owing to its highly het-erogeneous symptoms and progression is a tough problem for automated monitoring. The current method o....

3 January 2023

A comparative study on Wavelet Transform-based algorithm for calculating Heart Rate from Ballistocardiography
AUTHORS: Kanishk Soman, Nishita Anand, Ashwathi Nambiar, Amar Dani

Abstract: Ballistocardiography (BCG) is a non-invasive, contactless technique that enables continuous monitoring of vital signals that have great importance in ....

3 January 2023

Clinical Validation of Indigeneous Micro-Vibration Vital Parameter Monitor Dozee VS
AUTHORS: Swarna Kedia, Inam Ur Rahman, Ashish Kaushal, E Mahizhvannan, Rishabh Shamra Jain, Rachna Radhakrishna, Srishti Rao, Kumar Chokalingam, Madhusmita Rawooth, Pooja Kadambi, Gaurav Parchani

Abstract: Continuous monitoring of heart rate (HR) and respiratory rate (RR) has shown potential to reduce hospital mortality and morbidity. Devices based on ba....

3 January 2023

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