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In the past, Heart Rate Variability Analysis was expensive and uncomfortable. With our invention, we made it accessible to anyone
We conducted extensive research to make Heart Rate Analysis work with all types of Wearable Devices




Heart Rate Variability Analysis of ECG Data from Wearable Devices

We do Heart Rate Variability Analysis using YOUR imported data files containing heartbeat positions in the most broadly used formats obtained from YOUR Wearable Device
We do Heart Rate Variability Analysis with the following parameters:
HF - Absolute power of the high-frequency band (0.15–0.4 Hz)
LF- Absolute power of the low-frequency band (0.04–0.15 Hz)
ttlpwr (total power) - Total power is the sum of the energy in the ULF, VLF, LF, and HF bands for 24 h and the VLF, LF, and HF bands for short-term recordings
RMSSD - Root mean square of successive RR interval differences
SDNN - Standard deviation of NN intervals

Time Domain Heart Rate Variability Analysis

We do Time Domain Heart Rate Variability Analysis using YOUR imported data files containing heartbeat positions in the most broadly used formats obtained from YOUR Wearable Device
We do Time Domain Heart Rate Variability Analysis with the following parameters:
SDNN - Standard deviation of NN intervals
SDRR - Standard deviation of RR intervals
SDANN - Standard deviation of the average NN intervals for each 5 min segment of a 24 h HRV recording
SDNN - index (SDNNI) ms Mean of the standard deviations of all the NN intervals for each 5 min segment of a 24 h HRV recording
pNN50 - Percentage of successive RR intervals that differ by more than 50 ms
HR Max − HR Min - bpm Average difference between the highest and lowest heart rates during each respiratory cycle
RMSSD - Root mean square of successive RR interval differences
HRV triangular index - Integral of the density of the RR interval histogram divided by its height
TINN - Baseline width of the RR interval histogram

Frequency Domain Heart Rate Variability Analysis

We do Frequency Domain Heart Rate Variability Analysis using YOUR imported data files containing heartbeat positions in the most broadly used formats obtained from YOUR Wearable Device
We do Frequency Domain Heart Rate Variability Analysis with the following parameters:
ULF power - Absolute power of the ultra-low-frequency band (≤0.003 Hz)
VLF power - Absolute power of the very-low-frequency band (0.0033–0.04 Hz)
LF peak - Peak frequency of the low-frequency band (0.04–0.15 Hz)
LF power - Absolute power of the low-frequency band (0.04–0.15 Hz)
LF power - Relative power of the low-frequency band (0.04–0.15 Hz)
HF peak - Peak frequency of the high-frequency band (0.15–0.4 Hz)
HF power - Absolute power of the high-frequency band (0.15–0.4 Hz)
HF power - Relative power of the high-frequency band (0.15–0.4 Hz)
LF/HF - Ratio of LF-to-HF power

Nonlinear Analysis of Heart Rate Variability

We do Nonlinear Analysis of Heart Rate Variability using YOUR imported data files containing heartbeat positions in the most broadly used formats obtained from YOUR Wearable Device
We do Nonlinear Analysis of Heart Rate Variability with the following parameters:
S - Area of the ellipse which represents total HRV
SD1 - Poincaré plot standard deviation perpendicular the line of identity
SD2 - Poincaré plot standard deviation along the line of identity
SD1/SD2 - Ratio of SD1-to-SD2
ApEn - Approximate entropy, which measures the regularity and complexity of a time series
SampEn - Sample entropy, which measures the regularity and complexity of a time series
DFA α1 - Detrended fluctuation analysis, which describes short-term fluctuations
DFA α2 - Detrended fluctuation analysis, which describes long-term fluctuations
D2 - Correlation dimension, which estimates the minimum number of variables required to construct a model of system dynamics