Acous Cal Respiratory Monitoring: Historical and Modern Aspects
D. John Doyle*
This brief review introduces the reader to some of the various historical and modern methods that are available for the bio-acoustical assessment of patient breathing, with other bio-acoustical processes discussed peripherally. Some simple methods of respiratory assessment of historical interest are first discussed, along with more modern methods of patient acoustical monitoring based on advanced analytic methods.
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