Real-time cardiac monitoring through the development of a smart holter to detect pathologies through an expert algorithm
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AutorCarreres Prieto, Daniel; Cerdán Cartagena, José Fernando; Suardíaz Muro, Juan; Cabrera Lozoya, Andrés
Área de conocimientoTecnología Electrónica
Fecha de publicación2020-03-06
EditorialJMIR Publications Inc.
Cita bibliográficaCarreres Prieto, Daniel & Cerdán-Cartagena, Fernando & Suardíaz Muro, Juan & Cabrera-Lozoya, Andrés. (2020). Real-time cardiac monitoring through the development of a smart holter to detect pathologies through an expert algorithm (Preprint).
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Palabras claveECG algorithm
Cardiac abnormalities algorithm
Background: Constant monitoring of the heart’s state is essential for the early detection of pathologies. In the past, this análisis could only be carried out in hospitals, using sophisticated equipment handled by qualified staff. Today there is a wide range of portable monitoring devices (Holters) on the market but with a set of drawbacks (low number of leads supported and their low signal quality among others) that make it difficult to consider them as a viable replacement for the equipment used in medical practice Objective: This article describes the process of designing and implementing a Smart Holter able to record up to six leads at the same time, providing a signal quality comparable to the equipment used in medical practice, but with the dimensions, consumption and ease of use of portable devices. We also describe the workings of the expert algorithm for detecting cardiac anomalies in real time monitoring, which is embedded in the device itself, and which is capable of detecting ...
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