Vital Sign Technologies: Condition-Based Monitoring of the Human Body
Vital sign monitoring has extended beyond the boundaries of medical practice and into many areas of everyday life. Originally, vital sign monitoring took place in hospitals and clinics under strict medical supervision. Advances in microelectronics have led to cost reduction in monitoring systems, making these technologies more accessible and common in areas such as telemedicine, sports, fitness and wellness, and workplace safety, as well as the automotive market, which is becoming increasingly focused on autonomous driving.
In this whitepaper from Analog Devices, readers will learn about a range of products dedicated to signal processing. These products allow designers of vital sign monitoring systems to find a wide range of solutions to the design challenges they face in a host of application areas and industries.