Development of a Wireless Measurement and Interpretation System for 12-Lead Electrocardiogram
Authors: Kuo, Cheng-Chien; Liao, Hung-Yi
Source: Advanced Science Letters, Volume 14, Number 1, July 2012 , pp. 38-42(5)
Publisher: American Scientific Publishers
Abstract:This paper wishes to propose a method for constructing a remote 12-lead ECG measurement system, with the ability to transmit real-time ECG signals via the internet, for use in household and medical institute diagnosis. The architecture of the system includes a TMS320 F2812 CPU, used to convert the measured ECG signals into digital data for ease of storage. The system can use wired RS-232 or wireless Zigbee interface to transmit data to a computer, the data can also be stored onto a microSD memory card, which can be read from a computer. The computer software is written using Visual Basic, and includes functions for drawing the ECG, calculating parameters, and storing basic information of the patient. The software also provides a 12-lead ECG and a 4 Channel interface, which allow users to choose to set a 10 second ECG Channel, and create a delay start function, to assist users in self-measurement. All these promote the development of long-distance medical care.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2012
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