BASIC STUDY ON REAL-TIME AMBULATORY ELECTROCARDIOGRAM. LOGICS FOR QRS COMPLEX DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION.

Shigetaka Suzuki, Kenich Doniwa, Akira Yokoi, Gengiro Maeda, Tomoko Sakai, Toshiyuki Goto, Mitsuharu Okajima

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Abstract

The Ambulatory electrocardiogram is a very important clinical tool. However, its analysis by high-speed scanner in general use requires a great deal of labor and its accuracy is as yet insufficient. It is suspected that there is not enough time to detect and cluster each QRS complex at high-speed playback. Consequently complicated transactions cannot be used. To settle these problems, the authors have tried to develop a real-time ambulatory ECG analyzer. Evidence is provided that four parameters, namely QRS area, trace length, area/height (index A), area/trace length (index B), can be employed for the detection and the classification of the QRS complex.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)272-273
Number of pages2
JournalJapanese journal of medical electronics and biological engineering
Volume22
Publication statusPublished - 01-04-1984

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Suzuki, Shigetaka ; Doniwa, Kenich ; Yokoi, Akira ; Maeda, Gengiro ; Sakai, Tomoko ; Goto, Toshiyuki ; Okajima, Mitsuharu. / BASIC STUDY ON REAL-TIME AMBULATORY ELECTROCARDIOGRAM. LOGICS FOR QRS COMPLEX DETECTION AND CLASSIFICATION. In: Japanese journal of medical electronics and biological engineering. 1984 ; Vol. 22. pp. 272-273.
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