Noninvasive determination of cardiac health and other functional states and trends for human physiological systems

  • US 10,064,582 B2
  • Filed: 01/19/2015
  • Issued: 09/04/2018
  • Est. Priority Date: 01/19/2015
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A method for health monitoring without interrupting a person'"'"'s daily routine, the method comprising:

  • executing a manager on a processor of a computing device to perform operations including;

    receiving, from multiple noninvasive health monitors configured to measure a physiological system of the person using a plurality of different modalities without interrupting the person'"'"'s daily routine, sensor data for the person that corresponds the plurality of different modalities, the different modalities sensing different measurable conditions;

    determining a functional state of the physiological system of the person, the functional state comprising a cardiac pressure-volume loop for a cardiovascular system of the person, the functional state determined based on the sensor data received and by;

    correlating the sensor data of two or more particular modalities of the plurality of different modalities that are associated with the cardiac pressure-volume loop, the correlating including correlating the sensor data of a first of the two or more particular modalities with the sensor data of at least a second of the two or more particular modalities based on times the sensor data of the first and at least second particular modalities are recorded;

    and combining the correlated sensor data of the first and at least second particular modalities to ascertain a measure indicative of the functional state;

    recording the functional state;

    and determining, based on the functional state and previously recorded functional states for the physiological system of the person, a health trend for the physiological system of the person, the determined health trend being presentable via a user interface on a display of a computing device.

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