Automated phonocardiographic screening for heart disease in children.


Mass screening for heart disease in children can be accomplished by automatic analysis of phonocardiograms (PCG) obtained from five routine auscultation points. An ECG signal serves as reference. PCG signals exceeding 20% of the amplitude of the first heart sound S1 in the diastolic interval and 40% of S1 in the systolic interval are considered as abnormal… (More)


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