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The quantification of the QT-RR interaction in ECG signal using the detrended fluctuationanalysis and ARARX modelling

Journal of Medical Systems

Jun 25, 2014

Y N BaakekF Bereksi Reguig

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In this paper, the detrended fluctuation analysis DFA is used to investigate and quantify the QT-RR interaction in different pathologic cases in order to distinguish between them. The study is carried out on the ECG signals of MIT-BIH universal database. Different ECG signals related to...read more

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Fluctuation
Left Bundle-Branch Block
Right Bundle Branch Block
Optical Image Reconstruction
Pathology
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Atrial Premature Complexes
Anterior Fascicular Block
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The quantification of the QT-RR interaction in ECG signal using the detrended fluctuationanalysis and ARARX modelling

Journal of Medical Systems

Jun 25, 2014

Y N BaakekF Bereksi Reguig

PMID: 24957388

DOI: 10.1007/s10916-014-0062-9

Abstract

In this paper, the detrended fluctuation analysis DFA is used to investigate and quantify the QT-RR interaction in different pathologic cases in order to distinguish between them. The study is carried out on the ECG signals of MIT-BIH universal database. Different ECG signals related to...read more

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Fluctuation
Left Bundle-Branch Block
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Optical Image Reconstruction
Pathology
Electrocardiographic Recorders
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