29 May 2014 Application of step-frequency radars in medicine
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The paper summarizes results of step-frequency radars application in medicine. Remote and non-contact control of physiological parameters with modern bioradars provides a wide range of possibilities for non-contact remote monitoring of a human psycho-emotional state and physiological condition. The paper provides information about technical characteristics of bioradars designed at Bauman Moscow State Technical University and experiments using them. Results of verification experiment showed that bioradars of BioRASCAN type may be used for simultaneous remote measurements of breathing and heart rate parameters. In addition, bioradar assisted experiments for detecting of different sleep disorders are described. Their results proved that method of bioradiolocation allows correct estimation of obstructive sleep apnea severity compared to the polysomnography method, which satisfies standard medical recommendations.
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L. Anishchenko, L. Anishchenko, M. Alekhin, M. Alekhin, A. Tataraidze, A. Tataraidze, S. Ivashov, S. Ivashov, Alexander S. Bugaev, Alexander S. Bugaev, F. Soldovieri, F. Soldovieri, "Application of step-frequency radars in medicine", Proc. SPIE 9077, Radar Sensor Technology XVIII, 90771N (29 May 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2049523; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2049523
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