Pseudo-real-time low-pass filter in ECG, self-adjustable to the frequency spectra of the waves

Pseudo-real-time low-pass filter in ECG, self-adjustable to the frequency spectra of the waves The electrocardiogram (ECG) acquisition is often accompanied by high-frequency electromyographic (EMG) noise. The noise is difficult to be filtered, due to considerable overlapping of its frequency spectrum to the frequency spectrum of the ECG. Today, filters must conform to the new guidelines (2007) for low-pass filtering in ECG with cutoffs of 150 Hz for adolescents and adults, and to 250 Hz for children. We are suggesting a pseudo-real-time low-pass filter, self-adjustable to the frequency spectra of the ECG waves. The filter is based on the approximation procedure of Savitzky–Golay with dynamic change in the cutoff frequency. The filter is implemented pseudo-real-time (real-time with a certain delay). An additional option is the automatic on/off triggering, depending on the presence/absence of EMG noise. The analysis of the proposed filter shows that the low-frequency components of the ECG (low-power P- and T-waves, PQ-, ST- and TP-segments) are filtered with a cutoff of 14 Hz, the high-power P- and T-waves are filtered with a cutoff frequency in the range of 20–30 Hz, and the high-frequency QRS complexes are filtered with cutoff frequency of higher than 100 Hz. The suggested dynamic filter satisfies the conflicting requirements for a strong suppression of EMG noise and at the same time a maximal preservation of the ECG high-frequency components. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing Springer Journals

Pseudo-real-time low-pass filter in ECG, self-adjustable to the frequency spectra of the waves

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Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Copyright
Copyright © 2017 by International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering
Subject
Biomedicine; Human Physiology; Biomedical Engineering; Imaging / Radiology; Computer Applications
ISSN
0140-0118
eISSN
1741-0444
D.O.I.
10.1007/s11517-017-1625-y
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