Show transcribed image text . Body Temperature (BT): A single value considered to be normal between 97F to 99F Blood Pressure (BP): Two values are monitored. (BPS) Systolic and (BPD) Diastolic. Normal BPS is below 120. From 120 to 139 is called prehypertension. 140 or higher is hypertension. A normal BPD is less than 80. Between 80 and 89 indicates prehypertension and 90 or higher is considered hypertension. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) Heart Rate (HR): A single value. HR Is the number of times the heart beats per minute. For adults 18 and older, a normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute (bpm). Tachycardia is generally considered to be a resting heart rate of over 100 beats per minute. Bradycardia isa condition where the heart rate is too low, typically less than 60 bpm. Based on these three variables, at any point in time the health score is calculated as: f(time, temp, press, rate) = 20 * temp + 25 * press + 30 * rate + 25 Eq. I where: temp is based on the body temperature at time , and is defined as: temp = t0 otherwise (1 if 97 F BT 99 press is based on the blood pressure at time t, and is defined as: . 1 if BPD s 80 and BPS s 120 0 if BPD 2 90 or BPS 2 140 rate is based on the heartrate ending at time t based on some Î”, usually 15 to 60 seconds, and is press = 0.5 if 80

. Body Temperature (BT): A single value considered to be normal between 97F to 99F Blood Pressure (BP): Two values are monitored. (BPS) Systolic and (BPD) Diastolic. Normal BPS is below 120. From 120 to 139 is called prehypertension. 140 or higher is hypertension. A normal BPD is less than 80. Between 80 and 89 indicates prehypertension and 90 or higher is considered hypertension. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg) Heart Rate (HR): A single value. HR Is the number of times the heart beats per minute. For adults 18 and older, a normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute (bpm). Tachycardia is generally considered to be a resting heart rate of over 100 beats per minute. Bradycardia isa condition where the heart rate is too low, typically less than 60 bpm. Based on these three variables, at any point in time the health score is calculated as: f(time, temp, press, rate) = 20 * temp + 25 * press + 30 * rate + 25 Eq. I where: temp is based on the body temperature at time , and is defined as: temp = t0 otherwise (1 if 97 F BT 99 press is based on the blood pressure at time t, and is defined as: . 1 if BPD s 80 and BPS s 120 0 if BPD 2 90 or BPS 2 140 rate is based on the heartrate ending at time t based on some Î”, usually 15 to 60 seconds, and is press = 0.5 if 80