COVID Respiration Study
You are being invited to participate in a UCD research study, funded by Science Foundation Ireland. Thank you for taking time to read this.
Home monitoring of respiration in COVID-19 patients using smartphone technology
NAME OF PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:
Dr Silke Ryan
Respiratory Consultant, St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin
School of Medicine, University College Dublin
Dr. Emer Doheny and Prof. Madeleine Lowery,
Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Dublin
Neuromuscular Systems Research Group, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College Dublin
WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS STUDY?
The aim of the study is to develop a new method to remotely monitor breathing using the microphone in your smartphone. Breathing rate is an important vital sign and is altered in many lung and heart conditions. It is of particular interest in patients suffering from COVID-19. A way to monitor breathing using smartphones will help healthcare providers to monitor patients while they are self-isolating due to Covid-19.
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if you have any questions about the study.
This form will have 4 sections.
1. Consent form
3. Additional questions for volunteers who have/had COVID-19
4. Instructions to record your breathing using your smartphone, and to email your recording
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