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Vol. 184, Issue 1, January 2015, pp. 66-76

 

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Evaluating a Miniature Multisensor Biosignal Recorder for Unsupervised Parkinsonís Disease Monitoring
 

1 Chris BAILEY, 2 Jim AUSTIN, 3 Garry HOLLIER, 4Anthony MOULDS, 5 Micheal FREEMAN, 6 Alex FARGUS, 7 Tom LAMPERT

1-5, 7 Dept. of Computer Science, University of York, Deramore Lane, York, YO10 5GH, UK
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Received: 14 November 2014 /Accepted: 15 December 2014 /Published: 31 January 2015

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems

 

Abstract: An improved miniature biosignal data sensor and recorder device is described, (NAT-1-4G) with 3-axis accelerometer, and a 500 Sa/sec all-channel recording capacity of 36 hours or more with a single zinc-air battery cell, and up to 6 days at 100 Sa/Sec for accelerometer only. Like the previous NAT-1 prototype device, this measures less than 18ī22ī10 mm and weighs less than 2.3 grams, including the battery. In this paper we describe the device in detail, and introduce the presentation of tremor data measurement captured in the context of Parkinsonís disease fore-arm monitoring. The NAT-1-4G device itself has already achieved translation to commercialization and is currently available.

 

Keywords: Neurophysiology, Bio-signal sensors, Medical sensors, Parkinsonís Disease.

 

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