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Professor John Allen
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Photoplethysmography (PPG): state-of-the-art methods and applications2021
Professor John Allen
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Recent development of respiratory rate measurement technologies2019
Professor Alan Murray
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Respiratory modulation of oscillometric cuff pressure pulses and Korotkoff sounds during clinical blood pressure measurement in healthy adults2016
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Assessing the complexity of short-term heartbeat interval series by distribution entropy2015
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Athletic Differences in the Characteristics of the Photoplethysmographic Pulse Shape: Effect of Maximal Oxygen Uptake and Maximal Muscular Voluntary Contraction2015
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Clive Griffiths
Professor Alan Murray
Comparison of Repeatability of Blood Pressure Measurements between Oscillometric and Auscultatory Methods2015
Dr Jose Lara-Gallegos
Dr Clio Oggioni
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Othman Qadir
Ammar Ashor
et al.
Effects of handgrip exercise or inorganic nitrate supplementation on 24-h ambulatory blood pressure and peripheral arterial function in overweight and obese middle age and older adults: A pilot RCT2015
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Chengyu Liu
Professor Alan Murray
Need for Re-validation of Automated Blood Pressure Devices for use in Unstable Conditions2015
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
A low-complexity data-adaptive approach for premature ventricular contraction recognition2014
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr James Blake
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Decreased peripheral arterial volume distensibility in patients with branch retinal vein occlusion in comparison with normal subjects2014
Wenfeng Duan
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Christopher Eggett
Dr Philip Langley
Professor Alan Murray
et al.
Development of Techniques for Measurement of Left Ventricular Ejection Time2014
Fan Pan
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Does the Position or Contact Pressure of the Stethoscope Make Any Difference to Clinical Blood Pressure Measurements: An Observational Study2014
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Fan Pan
Professor Alan Murray
Effect of mechanical behavior of the brachial artery on blood pressure measurement during cuff inflation and cuff deflation2014
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Luigi Di Marco
Professor Alan Murray
Effect of respiration on Korotkoff sounds and oscillometric cuff pressure pulses during blood pressure measurement2014
Costanzo Di Maria
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Dr Philip Langley
et al.
Extracting fetal heart beats from maternal abdominal recordings: selection of the optimal principal components2014
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Gaussian fitting for carotid and radial artery pressure waveforms: comparison between normal subjects and heart failure patients2014
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Modelling Arterial Pressure Waveforms Using Gaussian Functions and Two-Stage Particle Swarm Optimizer2014
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Chengyu Liu
Professor Alan Murray
Validation of a blood pressure simulator that regenerates oscillometric cuff pressure waveforms2014
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Analysis of heart rate variability using fuzzy measure entropy2013
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Fan Pan
Professor Alan Murray
Effect of mechanical behaviour of the brachial artery on blood pressure measurement during both cuff inflation and cuff deflation2013
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Elastic properties of peripheral arteries in heart failure patients in comparison with normal subjects2013
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Modelling carotid and radial artery pulse pressure waveforms by curve fitting with Gaussian functions2013
Dr Chengyu Liu
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
A Combination Method of Improved Impulse Rejection Filter and Template Matching for Identification of Anomalous Intervals in RR Sequences2012
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Luigi Di Marco
Professor Alan Murray
Blood pressure difference between the measurements taken during cuff inflation and deflation2012
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Luigi Di Marco
Professor Alan Murray
Blood Pressure Difference between the Measurements taken during Cuff Inflation and Deflation2012
Wenfeng Duan
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Philip Langley
Professor Alan Murray
Calculating stable reference potentials for measuring ECG wave amplitudes across a range of heart rates2012
Professor Alan Murray
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Cardiovascular System Modeling2012
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Roberto Giovannini
Professor Alan Murray
Effect of respiration, talking and small body movements on blood pressure measurement2012
Dr Luigi Di Marco
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Effects of deep breathing on blood pressure measurement in healthy subjects2012
Dr Luigi Di Marco
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Effects of Deep Breathing on Blood Pressure Measurement in Healthy Subjects2012
Wenfeng Duan
Marjan Bojarnejad
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Susan King
Professor Alan Murray
et al.
Evalation of an algorithm based on single-condition decision rules for binary classification of 12-lead ambulatory ECG recording quality2012
Costanzo Di Maria
Dr Annette Klinge
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Dr John O'Sullivan
et al.
Feasibility of monitoring vascular ageing by multi-site photoplethysmography2012
Marjan Bojarnejad
Susan King
Wenfeng Duan
Costanzo Di Maria
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
et al.
Robust prediction of patient mortality from 48 hour intensive care unit data2012
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
What is the effect of closing eyes on blood pressure measurement during eelaxation?2012
Dr Philip Langley
Costanzo Di Maria
Wenfeng Duan
Marjan Bojarnejad
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
et al.
An algorithm for assessment of quality of ECGs acquired via mobile telephones2011
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Roberto Giovannini
Professor Alan Murray
Effect of talking on mean arterial blood pressure: agreement between manual auscultatory and automatic oscillometric techniques2011
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Estimation of mean arterial pressure from the oscillometric cuff pressure: comparison of different techniques2011
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
How important is the recommended slow cuff pressure deflation rate for blood pressure measurement?2011
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Peripheral arterial volume distensibility: significant differences with age and blood pressure measured using an applied external pressure2011
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Andrew Sims
Professor Alan Murray
Semi-automated assessment of left ventricular volume through 2D echocardiographic images using a tissue-mimicking phantom2011
Wenfeng Duan
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Dr Philip Langley
Professor Alan Murray
The relationship between the occurrence of the U wave and both the electrical and mechanical timing sequence2011
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Roberto Giovannini
Professor Alan Murray
Asymmetrical oscillometric pulse waveform envelopes in normotensive and hypertensive subjects2010
Dr Philip Langley
Susan King
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Roberto Giovannini
Marjan Bojarnejad
et al.
Estimation of missing data in multi-channel physiological time-series by reference timing channel and average substitution2010
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Susan King
Professor Alan Murray
Automated Blood Pressure Measurement: Reasons for Measurement Variability Uncovered2009
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Non-invasive quantification of peripheral arterial volume distensibility and its non-linear relationship with arterial pressure2009
Dr Philip Langley
Susan King
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Emma Bowers
Professor John Allen
et al.
Predicting acute hypotensive episodes from mean arterial pressure2009
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor John Allen
Professor Alan Murray
Determination of aortic valve opening time and left ventricular peak filling rate from the peripheral pulse amplitude in patients with ectopic beats2008
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Estimation of mean blood pressure from oscillometric and manual methods2008
Professor Alan Murray
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Emma Bowers
Dr Philip Langley
Susan King
et al.
Physiological causes of variability in blood pressure measurement2008
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Sam Stevens
Dr Philip Langley
Kun Wang
Abigail Haigh
et al.
T-Wave Alternans: A comparison of different measurement techniques2008
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Professor Alan Murray
Arteries become stiffer: Agreements between computer simulations and clinical measurements2007
Susan King
Abigail Haigh
Dr Annette Klinge
Dr Ding Chang Zheng
Sam Stevens
et al.
Body Surface Potential Mapping for Detection of Myocardial Infarct Sites2007
Dr Fiona Smith
Abigail Haigh
Joanne Wild
Emma Bowers
Professor John Allen
et al.
Study of the causes of blood pressure variability during manual sphygmomanometer measurement2005
Dr Philip Langley
Professor John Allen
Emma Bowers
Dr Michael Drinnan
Abigail Haigh
et al.
The ebb and flow of heart rate variability: Simulation of 24 hour heart rate time series using time series data from naturally occurring phenomena2005
Dr Philip Langley
Professor John Allen
Emma Bowers
Dr Michael Drinnan
Susan King
et al.
Analysis of RR Interval and Fibrillation Frequency and Amplitude for Predicting Spontaneous Termination of Atrial Fibrillation.2004