Amanda Franco Spirandeli
Amanda Franco Spirandeli received the BSc degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Federal University of Uberlandia, Uberlandia, MG, Brazil, in 2016. She is currently an MSc student in Neuroscience at the Biomedical Engineering Laboratory of the same university. Her research interests include biomedical engineering, neuroscience, digital signal processing and medical instrumentation.
JBHI, Featured ArticlesRespiratory Waveform Estimation from Multiple Accelerometers: An Optimal Sensor Number and Placement Analysis
Respiratory rate and phase are important information to assist the assessment of patients’ health in different clinical scenarios. Facial masks are usually employed to record respiratory waveforms, but they cause discomfort and obstruct the breathing of debilitated patients. Accelerometers have... Read more
Posted on 1 JUL 2019