The sensor measures the pressure in the cuff wrapped on the tested person’s arm.
Heartbeats affect the blood pressure. That is the reason for the difference between the systolic and diastolic pressure of the tested person.
The sensor has three ranges:
- The average pressure in the air pillow in mm Hg.
- The pressure beats in arbitrary units.
- The sum of the two above signals. This increases sensibility for the required calculations.
The NeuLog software extracts the following from the blood pressure graph:
- The systolic blood pressure
- The diastolic blood pressure
- The Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) blood pressure
- The heart beat rate
- Used in the fields of Exercise Science, Biology, Physiology, Human Health, etc.
- Uses the piezoresistive effect.
- Includes a blood pressure cuff attached directly to the sensor by flexible rubber tubing and a pump with pressure release valve attached directly to the blood pressure cuff
- The sensor is pre-calibrated at the factory.
- Experiment duration: 1 second to 31 days.