Chen-Huan Chen received the MD degree from the Faculty of Medicine, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan, in 1982. He was a clinical research fellow at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Division of Cardiology, BA, from 1995-1997. He has been on the faculty of the Department of Medicine since 1989, where he is currently a Professor. He completed internal medicine residency training and cardiology fellowship training at Taipei Veterans General Hospital in 1990, where he is currently an attending physician. His research interests focus on cardiovascular epidemiology, hemodynamics, vascular aging, arterial stiffness, wave reflections, heart failure, and development of new methods for noninvasive assessment of cardiac and vascular functions. His research works have contributed significantly to the understanding and utilization of the generalized transfer function concept and the optimal clinical assessment of the wave reflections.
TBME, Featured ArticlesPatient-Specific Oscillometric Blood Pressure Measurement
Jiankun Liu, Hao-min Cheng, Chen-Huan Chen, Shih-Hsien Sung, Mohsen Moslehpour, Jin-Oh Hahn, Ramakrishna Mukkamala
Oscillometric devices are widely used for automatic cuff blood pressure (BP) measurement. These devices act as both an actuator to alter the transmural pressure of the brachial artery via cuff inflation/deflation and a sensor to measure the pressure inside the... Read more
Posted on 25 MAY 2016
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesPatient-Specific Oscillometric Blood Pressure Measurement: Validation for Accuracy and Repeatability
Oscillometric devices are widely used for automatic cuff blood pressure (BP) measurement. These devices estimate BP from the oscillometric cuff pressure waveform using population average methods. Hence, the devices may only be accurate over a limited BP range. The objective... Read more
Posted on 22 DEC 2016