Adaptive threshold QRS detector with best channel selection based on a noise rating system

@article{Chiarugi2007AdaptiveTQ,
  title={Adaptive threshold QRS detector with best channel selection based on a noise rating system},
  author={Franco Chiarugi and Vangelis Sakkalis and Dimitra Emmanouilidou and Theodore Krontiris and Maurizio Varanini and Ioannis Tollis},
  journal={2007 Computers in Cardiology},
  year={2007},
  pages={157-160}
}
QRS detection performance can depend on the type of noise present in each lead involved in the overall processing. A common approach to QRS detection is based on a QRS enhanced signal obtained from the derivatives of the pre-filtered leads. However, the signal pre-filtering cannot be able to perform a complete noise rejection and the use of derivatives can enhance the noise as well. In many cases the noise occurs only on one lead and the addition of a noisy lead to the QRS enhanced signal… CONTINUE READING

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