ECG Signal Quality During Arrhythmia and Its Application to False Alarm Reduction

@article{Behar2013ECGSQ,
  title={ECG Signal Quality During Arrhythmia and Its Application to False Alarm Reduction},
  author={Joachim Behar and Julien Oster and Qiao Li and Gari D. Clifford},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={60},
  pages={1660-1666}
}
An automated algorithm to assess electrocardiogram (ECG) quality for both normal and abnormal rhythms is presented for false arrhythmia alarm suppression of intensive care unit (ICU) monitors. A particular focus is given to the quality assessment of a wide variety of arrhythmias. Data from three databases were used: the Physionet Challenge 2011 dataset, the MIT-BIH arrhythmia database, and the MIMIC II database. The quality of more than 33 000 single-lead 10 s ECG segments were manually… CONTINUE READING

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