Motion artifact reduction in ambulatory ECG monitoring: an integrated system approach

@inproceedings{Romero2011MotionAR,
  title={Motion artifact reduction in ambulatory ECG monitoring: an integrated system approach},
  author={I{\~n}aki Romero and Torfinn Berset and Dilpreet Buxi and Lindsay Brown and Julien Penders and Sunyoung Kim and Nick Van Helleputte and Hyejung Kim and Chris Van Hoof and Refet Firat Yazicioglu},
  booktitle={Wireless Health},
  year={2011}
}
Recent advances in low-power micro-electronics are revolutionizing ECG monitoring. Wearable patches now allow comfortable monitoring over several days. Achieving reliable and high integrity recording however remains a challenge, especially under daily-life activities. In this paper we present a system approach to motion artifact reduction in ambulatory recordings. A custom ultra-low-power ECG analog front-end read-out for simultaneous measurement of ECG and electrode-tissue impedance, from the… CONTINUE READING
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