Noise and the detection of coronary artery disease with an electronic stethoscope

@article{Schmidt2010NoiseAT,
  title={Noise and the detection of coronary artery disease with an electronic stethoscope},
  author={Samuel E. Schmidt and Egon Toft and Claus Holst-Hansen and Johannes J. Struijk},
  journal={2010 5th Cairo International Biomedical Engineering Conference},
  year={2010},
  pages={53-56}
}
Recent studies demonstrated that diastolic heart sounds, recorded with an electronic stethoscope, contain markers of coronary artery disease (CAD). A difficult is that the CAD-related sound is very weak and recordings are often contaminated by noise. The current study analyses the noise contamination of 633 stethoscope recordings from a clinical environment. Respiration noise, ambient noise, recording noise and abdominal noise were identified in the recordings and were classified according to… CONTINUE READING
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