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Peter Charlton

Mr Peter Charlton

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Project Title: Continuous respiratory rate monitoring to detect clinical deteriorations using wearable sensors

End date: 1/06/2017

ORCID: 0000-0003-3836-8655

Scopus Author ID: 55346003700

Scopus Author ID: 57194948670

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Peter Charlton is a member of the Critical Care Department at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust; a member of the Haemodynamic Modelling Research Group at King's College London; and a member of the Computational Health Informatics Laboratory at the University of Oxford.

His research focuses on development, and clinical integration, of physiological monitoring techniques for early detection of clinical deteriorations. This involves: (i) testing early warning systems and wearable sensors in the hospital environment; (ii) developing signal analysis techniques to extract physiological parameters from physiological signals; and (iii) design of early warning algorithms by using machine learning to fuse physiological parameters, indicating the likelihood of deterioration.

His Google Scholar profile is available here.

His Github profile is available here, which includes the Respiratory Rate Estimation Project.

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