Multisensor pilot study on noise exposure and cardiovascular health funded by ADEME

Posted on 02/09/2013 01:12

The objective of this project is to combine different sensors of environmental conditions and health status.

In a project funded by ADEME in the research project call of ANSES, participants of the RECORD Study will wear a noise sensor and devices measuring the electrodermal activity, blood pressure, and heart rate in ambulatory circumstances. As this pilot study is grounded on the RECORD GPS Study, the participants will also wear a GPS and an accelerometer. The objective will be to investigate the reactivity of the cardiovascular system to the different sources of noise and delays in the recovery. This pilot study is conducted by Julie Méline, a post-doctorate student in the RECORD group.

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