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Automatic Analysis of ECG Signals Recorded with the wireless DELTA ePatch Technology . Healthcare facility. Hospital. Application Example: Atrial Fibrillation. Prevalence at the age of 80 years: 5-15% Long term monitoring is often required

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Automatic analysis of ecg signals recorded with the wireless delta epatch technology
Automatic Analysis of ECG Signals Recorded with the wireless DELTA ePatch Technology

Healthcare facility

Hospital

Dorthe Bodholt Nielsen, [email protected]


Application example atrial fibrillation
Application Example: Atrial Fibrillation

  • Prevalence at the age of 80 years: 5-15%

  • Long term monitoring is often required

  • Important adverse clinical events: 5-fold risk of stroke

  • Atrial fibrillation is often asymptomatic

  • Early diagnosis is crucial

    • Treatment with prober antithrombotic therapy can lower the increased stroke risk

Dorthe Bodholt Nielsen, [email protected]


Automatic qrs detection
Automatic QRS Detection

  • 30 minute manually scored records from 11 different patients

  • Detection results:

  • All abnormal beats in our database was correctly detected

  • Next step: Automatic classification of each heart beat

Dorthe Bodholt Nielsen, [email protected]


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