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Research and development of portable hypertension therapeutic apparatus based on biofeedback mechanism

, : Research and development of portable hypertension therapeutic apparatus based on biofeedback mechanism. Sheng Wu Yi Xue Gong Cheng Xue Za Zhi 31(3): 586-589

Non-drug treatment of hypertension has become a research hotspot, which might overcome the heavy economic burden and side effects of drug treatment for the patients. Because of the good treatment effect and convenient operation, a new treatment based on slow breathing training is increasingly becoming a kind of physical therapy for hypertension. This paper explains the principle of hypertension treatment based on slow breathing training method, and introduces the overall structure of the portable blood pressure controlling instrument, including breathing detection circuit, the core control module, audio module, memory module and man-machine interaction module. We give a brief introduction to the instrument and the software in this paper. The prototype testing results showed that the treatment had a significant effect on controlling the blood pressure.


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