Project Title

An study of the relationship between heart rate variability and diabetes: Towards more effective IoT monitoring

Academic department under which the project should be listed

CCSE - Information Technology

Faculty Sponsor Name

Maria Valero

Abstract (300 words maximum)

The number of heartbeats per minute is referred to as heart rate. The variation in the time intervals between consecutive heartbeats is known as heart rate variability (HRV) . Heart-brain interactions and dynamic non-linear autonomic nervous system (ANS) processes produce HRV, which is used to measure neurocardiac function. People with type 2 diabetes, a higher resting heart rate is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular problems and early death. However, the effect of heart rate on the risk of microvascular diseases including diabetic retinopathy and nephropathy is uncertain. The current study investigates whether having a higher resting heart rate is linked to a higher incidence and progression of microvascular problems in people with type 2 diabetes. The EKG also known as an electrical machine is used in a medical environment to measure heart rate variability. This technology, which uses sensors connected to the skin of your chest to assess the electrical activity of the heart

Disciplines

Biomedical | Signal Processing

Project Type

Poster

How will this be presented?

Yes, in person

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An study of the relationship between heart rate variability and diabetes: Towards more effective IoT monitoring

The number of heartbeats per minute is referred to as heart rate. The variation in the time intervals between consecutive heartbeats is known as heart rate variability (HRV) . Heart-brain interactions and dynamic non-linear autonomic nervous system (ANS) processes produce HRV, which is used to measure neurocardiac function. People with type 2 diabetes, a higher resting heart rate is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular problems and early death. However, the effect of heart rate on the risk of microvascular diseases including diabetic retinopathy and nephropathy is uncertain. The current study investigates whether having a higher resting heart rate is linked to a higher incidence and progression of microvascular problems in people with type 2 diabetes. The EKG also known as an electrical machine is used in a medical environment to measure heart rate variability. This technology, which uses sensors connected to the skin of your chest to assess the electrical activity of the heart

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