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TITLE EARSATS-19: In-ear measurement of blood oxygen saturation in COVID-19 follow up DESIGN Non-inferiority study AIMS To evaluate qualitative and quantitative performance of in-ear SpO2 monitoring against the gold standard right finger-clip pulse oximeter -- towards validation for use in COVID-19 in the acute ambulatory and long-term monitoring setting OUTCOME MEASURES In-ear SpO2 compared with gold-standard finger-clip pulse oximeter: Correlation between SpO2 measurements at rest Correlation between SpO2 measurements during 6 minute walk test Signal quality during 6 minute walk test Qualitative evaluation of clinical and patient user acceptability using questionnaires POPULATION 30 patients attending COVID-19 follow-up clinic and 30 patients with chronic lung disease attending routine outpatient investigations ELIGIBILITY Aged 18 and above, no upper age limit Able to give informed consent No abnormal ear anatomy. DURATION 12 months
Description: Mean error and root mean square error; measurements for statistical significance using a paired t-test.Measure: In-Ear vs finger SpO2 Time: 12 months for full participant recruitment (actual head-to head comparison takes 1 minute for baseline reading and 6 minutes for 6-min walk test per patient)
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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