The research I am involved in focuses on physiological monitoring of hospital patients, divided into three areas:
- Development of signal processing techniques for estimation of clinical parameters: I have focused on unobtrusive estimation of respiratory rate for use in ambulatory settings, invasive estimation of cardiac output for use in critical care, and novel techniques for analysis of pulsatile cardiovascular signals.
- Evaluation and development of patient monitoring technologies: One aspect of my research is the evaluation of technologies for the acquisition of continuous and intermittent physiological measurements in both ambulatory and intensive care settings.
- Detection of clinical deteriorations: I am developing techniques to transform continuous monitoring data into measurements which are appropriate for real-time alerting of patient deteriorations.
The respiratory rate
estimation project COest
Evaluation of cardiac
Coming soon ...
output monitors Listen
Techniques for early detection
of clinical deteriorations
The following image library provides some of the images which I have used in publications. These images can be reused in publications, presentations, etc (subject to the licence conditions).
For further information please see the following:
- King's College London webpage: Biography and links to publication full texts
- Google Scholar profile: A list of publications
- GitHub profile: Code repositories
I can be contacted at peter.charlton (usual symbol) kcl.ac.uk