Wearable sensorfor real-time, continuous monitoring of vital signs


Research publications

  1. A Multi-Channel Opto-Electronic Sensor to Accurately Monitor Heart Rate against Motion Artefact during Exercise”, A Alzahrani, S, Hu, V, Azorin-Peris, L, Barrett, D, Esliger, M, Hayes, S, Akbare, J, Achart., S, Kuoch., Sensors 2015, 15, 25681-25702; doi:10.3390/s151025681
  2. A Comparison Study of Physiological Monitoring with a Wearable Opto-Electronic Patch Sensor (OEPS) for Motion Reduction”, Alzahrani, A., Hu, S*., Azorin-Peris, V., Biosensors, 5, 288-307 (2015); doi:10.3390/bios5020288
  3. Influence of computer work under time pressure on cardiac activity”, Shi, P., Hu, S., Yu, H., Comput Biolog Medi, 58, 40–45 (2015)
  4. Opto-physiological modeling applied to photoplethysmographic cardiovascular assessment”, Hu, S.*, Azorin-Peris, V., Zheng, J., Invited Review Paper, J Healthcare Eng. 4 (4), 505-528 (2013).
  5. “Non-contact imaging photoplethysmography to effectively access pulse rate variability”, Sun, Y., Hu, S.*, Azorin-Peris, V., Kalawsky, R., Greenwald, S., J Biomed Optic 18(6), 061205 (2013).
  6. “The use of ambient light in remote photoplethysmographic systems: a comparison between a high performance camera and a low cost webcam”, Sun, Y., Papin. C., Azorin-Peris, V., Kalawsky  R., Greenwald, S., Hu, S.*, J Biomed Optic., 17(3), 037005 (March 2012).
  7. “Motion-compensated noncontact imaging photoplethysmography to monitor cardiorespiratory status during exercise”, Sun, Y., Hu, S.*, Azorin-Peris, V., Greenwald, S., Chambers, J., Zhu, Y., J Biomed Optic 16(7), 077010 (July 2011).
  8. “Innovations towards Personalised Biomedical Photonic Devices”, Summers, R., Hu, S., Measurement and Control, 44(6), pp.175-179, ISSN: 0020-2940.
  9. Non-contact Reflection Photoplethysmography towards Effective Human Physiological Monitoring”, Shi, P., Azorin Peris, V., Echiadis, A., Zheng, J., Zhu, Y., Cheang, P. Y. S.,  Hu, S.*, J Med. Biol. Eng. Vol.30 Iss 30 (2010): 161-167
  10. “Insight into the dicrotic notch in photoplethysmographic pulses from the finger tip of young adults”, Shi, P.,  Hu, S.*,  Zhu, Y., Zheng, J.,  Qiu, Y.,  Cheang, P. Y. S.,  J Med Eng Tech, Vol. 31, Iss 8 (2009), 628 - 633
  11. “Analysis of pulse rate variability derived from photoplethysmography with the combination of lagged Poincaré plots and spectral characteristics”, Shi, P., Zhu Y., Allen, J., Hu, S.*, Med Eng. Phys. 31 (2009) 866–871, doi:10.1016/j.medengphy.2009.05.001
  12. ''Study on Blood Pulse Photoplethysmography Signal on Toe Under Different Body Posture and Lower Limb Height'', Xin, S., Hou, W., Qian, J., Hu, S., Crabtree, V.P.,  Smith, P.R.,  J  University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, 30(5), November 2008, pp 173-180, ISBN 1609 0985.
  13. “Effect of postural changes on lower limb blood volume, detected with non-invasive photoplethysmography”, Zheng, J., Hu, S.*, Xin, S., Crabtree, V., J Med Eng Tech, Vol. 32, Iss 5 (2008), 358 - 364
  14. “A Preliminary Attempt to Understand Compatibility of photoplethysmographic Pulse Rate Variability with Electrocardiogramic Heart Rate Variability", Shi, P., Hu, S., Zhu, Y., J Med. Biolog. Eng., Vol.28, Iss 4 (2008): 173-180
  15. Detrended Fluctuation Analysis of Pulse Rate Variability Signals of Coronary Patients”, Zhao, H., Qiu, Y., Hu, S., Zhu, Y., Space Med and Medical Eng, Vol. 20, No. 6 (2008), 455-457
  16. Non-invasive measurement of peripheral venous oxygen saturation using a new venous oximetry method: evaluation during bypass in heart surgery”, Echiadis, A. S., Crabtree, V. P., Bence, J., Hadjinikolaou, L., Alexiou, C., Spyt, T. J., Hu, S., , Physiol. Meas. Vol.28 (2007) 897–911
  17. “Investigation of Blood Pulse PPG Signal Regulation on Toe Effect of Body Posture and Lower Limb Height”, Xin, S., Hu, S.*, Crabtree, V. P.,  Zheng, J., Azorin-Peris, V., Echiadis, A., and Smith, P. R.,  , J Biomedicine and Biotechnology, Vol. 8 (2007)  No. 6. 916-920
  18. “A Monte Carlo Platform for the Optical Modelling of Pulse Oximetry”, Azorin-Peris, V., Hu, S.*, Smith, P. R, Applied Physics Letters, SPIE, Vol.6446 (2007), pp.64460T
  19. “Complex character analysis of Heart Rate Variability following brain asphyxia”, Cai, Y., Qiu, Y.,H., Wei, L., Zhang, W., Wang, Z., Jiang, D., Hu, S., Smith, P. R., Crabtree, V. P., Tong, S.B., Thankor, N., Zhu, Y., Med  Eng. Phys. 28 (2006) 297–303