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ECG-based Indices of Physical Activity. Correlates of physical activity in the ECG. Heart rate Mean heart rate. Correlates of physical activity in the ECG. Mean heart rate: It responds directly to changes in the level of physical activity.

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correlates of physical activity in the ecg1
Correlates of physical activity in the ECG
  • Mean heart rate:It responds directly to changes in the level of physical activity.
  • total power of the observed heart rate signal:motivated primarily by the need to account for imperfect signal processing rather than any intrinsic property of the signal source.
correlates of physical activity in the ecg2
Correlates of physical activity in the ECG
  • “stationarity” of the heart rate signal:a trend is present during the window of observation; such a trend is likely to be associated with a change in activity level.
  • ectopic beat rate, ST segment deviation, QT interval:no such changes are observable during the normal activities of many subjects, reducing the value of these indices for the purposes of this study.
derivation of the activity index1
Derivation of the activity index
  • An activity index may be defined as the Euclidean distance of the trajectory from the “ideal resting ECG”:
  • Correction term for very low heart rate measurements:
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The recording begins during the resting phase. The standing phase begins during minute 14 and ends during minute 23, when the walking phase begins. The minimum activity index occurs in the first five minutes in this case.