We thought it may be useful for researchers, clinicians and those interested in BioBeat and clinical applications for wearables to have access to a list of relevant publications for the BioBeat family of sensors.  The list may not be exhaustive, but hopefully it will be helpful to some of you.  Certainly get in touch if you find more and we will update the list.

If you are a researcher in the clinical or biomedical sciences, please get in touch we would be interested to hear about your work and may even be able to offer academic collaborations.

  1. Eisenkraft A, Maor Y, Constantini K, et al. Continuous Remote Patient Monitoring Shows Early Cardiovascular Changes in COVID-19 Patients. J Clin Med 2021;10(18):4218.
  2. Kachel E, Constantini K, Nachman D, et al. A Pilot Study of Blood Pressure Monitoring After Cardiac Surgery Using a Wearable, Non-invasive Sensor. Front Med 2021;8:693926.
  3. Nachman D, Gilan A, Goldstein N, et al. Twenty-Four-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement Using a Novel Noninvasive, Cuffless, Wireless Device. Am J Hypertens 2021;hpab095.
  4. Gepner Y, Mofaz M, Oved S, et al. Short-term effects of BNT162b2 mRNA COVID-19 vaccination on physiological measures: a prospective study [Internet]. Infectious Diseases (except HIV/AIDS); 2021 [cited 2021 Oct 9].
  5. Atzmon Y, Ben Ishay E, Hallak M, Littman R, Eisenkraft A, Gabbay-Benziv R. Continuous Maternal Hemodynamics Monitoring at Delivery Using a Novel, Noninvasive, Wireless, PPG-Based Sensor. J Clin Med 2020;10(1):8.
  6. Nachman D, Constantini K, Poris G, et al. Wireless, non-invasive, wearable device for continuous remote monitoring of hemodynamic parameters in a swine model of controlled hemorrhagic shock. Sci Rep 2020;10(1):17684.
  7. Halberthal, MD, MHA M, Nachman, MD D, Eisenkraft, MD, MPH A, Jaffe, PhD E. Hospital and home remote patient monitoring during the COVID-19 outbreak: A novel concept implemented. Am J Disaster Med 2020;15(2):149–51.