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RESPIRATORY SOUND ANALYSIS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF RESPIRATORY ABNORMALITIES

@inproceedings{Kamble2016RESPIRATORYSA,
  title={RESPIRATORY SOUND ANALYSIS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF RESPIRATORY ABNORMALITIES},
  author={Harsha S. Kamble and G. Phadke},
  year={2016}
}
Respiratory diseases are common and can be potentially deadly. The most commonly used diagnostic tool for diagnosing respiratory sound abnormalities are stethescope. This Auscultation gives useful information for diagnosing abnormalities and disorders in the respiratory system. By using a stethescope quantitative measurement and permanent record of the ralated data is difficult. Digital signal processing techniques is advance technique which overcomes the limitations of stethoscope auscultation… Expand

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