Hello, I am building a heart rate monitor, which measure the heart rate through the temple vein blood pressure.
Initially I thouth for this item but my delusion is very high when I notice it's very noisy and quite non accurate; so I am asking if you know something else.
It's not important if it will be more expensive, cost is not a problem; which I need is a very accurate and affordable sensor.
Anyway, can I ask why you want to monitor heart rate and blood pressure specifically from temple vein? or is there a specific advantage if you measure on that particular part of the body compared to the conventional?
Unfortunately, we don't have a heart rate monitor from vein blood pressure of the temple.
What we do have in our portfolio is the classic heart rate monitoring using biopotential through the electrodes connected to the body and the newer one's which are the wearable electronics devices for vital signs monitoring such as the optical heart-rate monitors. You can check from the following links regarding these wearable health monitoring technologies from Analog Devices.
Wearable Electronic Devices Monitor Vital Signs and More | Analog Devices
The Sensors Behind the GEN II Wearable Device | Analog Devices
Wearable Health Monitoring | Analog Devices
Hope this helps.