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The heartbeat class detection of the electrocardiogram is important in cardiac disease diagnosis. For detecting morphological QRS complex, conventional detection algorithm have been designed to detect P, QRS, T wave. However, the detection of the P and T wave is difficult because their amplitudes are relatively low, and occasionally they are included in(More)
In non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP) measurement, most of the automatic devices use oscillometric method. There are two types of deflation in oscillometric method. One is the linear deflation and the other is the stepwise deflation method. In this study, we suggest the modified step deflation to reduce the measurement time while keeping the advantage of(More)
As an aid to the interpretation of functional images, cross-modality coregistration of functional and anatomical images has grown rapidly. Various ways of easily interpreting and visualising coregistered images have previously been investigated; for their display, an intensity-weighted temporally alternating method is used. For brain images, geometric(More)
The purpose of this research was to effectively estimate the physical activity energy expenditure considering acceleration and ECG using the developed holter that is contained a tri-axial accelerometer. For this research, we developed the specific device that can measure three channels' ECG and three axes' accelerations simultaneously. The every experiment(More)
Oscillometric method is the method for the blood pressure measurement using mean arterial pressure (MAP). In the conventional method, the cuff pressure at the largest pulse is determined as MAP. However, it is difficult to find the largest oscillometric pulse from patients who have the cardiovascular disease or the elder subjects. Therefore, we studied a(More)
In the NIBP (Non-Invasive Blood Pressure) measurement, we need well trained observer and there are differences in reading values between observers. We suggest new automated auscultation algorithms to select the proper epoch of K-sound for each heart beat. The sound for each epoch is converted into frequency domain and total power was calculated. We decided(More)
Cross-modality coregistration of functional and anatomical images has rapidly grown as the aid for the interpretation of functional images. Various methods have been previously investigated so that the coregistered images can be easily interpreted and realistically visualized. We used the time/intensity-weighted alternation method to display the(More)
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