Systems and Signal Processing of Capnography as a Diagnostic Tool for Asthma Assessment

Autor M. B. Malarvili, Teo Aik Howe, Santheraleka Ramanathan, Mushikiwabeza Alexie, Om Prakash Singh
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 8 noi 2022
Systems and Signal Processing of Capnography as a Diagnostic Tool for Asthma Assessment provides a comprehensive overview of groundbreaking tools and techniques for the diagnosis and monitoring of asthma. Sections cover an introduction to the human respiratory system and the pathophysiology of asthma before analyzing current assessment concepts, tools and techniques. The book describes spirometry and the peak flow meter as existing tools in assessing asthma along with their limitations. In addition, a detailed description of capnography as a new approach is included with various studies conducted on its analysis.
Academicians and researchers in biomedical engineering, particularly in the course of biomedical signal processing and biomedical instrumentation will find the book useful.

  • Introduces a new concept of monitoring the severity of Asthma using a new index extracted from CO2 waveforms
  • Describes a newly designed device, including the significance of CO2 features, selection of infrared CO2 sensors, different components of the device, feature extraction, computation and transmission algorithms, data collection, and analysis and performance evaluations
  • Includes types of capnographs, differentiating normal from abnormal capnograms
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ISBN-13: 9780323857475
ISBN-10: 0323857477
Pagini: 208
Ilustrații: 95 illustrations (15 in full color)
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Greutate: 0.29 kg


1. Background of Human Respiratory Mechanism
2. Current Tools for the Assessment of Asthma
3. Analysis of Capnogram Using Signal Processing Techniques
4. New Diagnostic Tool for Assessment of Asthma
5. A real Time CO2 Measurement Device to Monitor Severity of Asthma