PPG signal-based pre-clinical usage arrhythmia detection method PPG sinyalleri kullanilarak mobil cihazlara uygulanabilir erken aritmi tespit metodu

In these days, in healthcare area, mobile solutions on imaging, diagnostic and treatment techniques are become more popular and important. Patient monitors are one of these candidates in this scope. They includes high technology sensors and signal processing algorithms for early diagnostic and any emergent case on patients reacting as alarms. These properties are very important especially in intensive care units (ICU). However, these devices are only available in intensive care unit departments and not mobile. A remote mobile health monitoring system which is implementable to mobile phone and web service capabilities is proposed in this paper. It provides an early alarm solution; specifically, continuous monitoring of physiological conditions, implementable to send warning messages services during an urgent event. There are around 7 million deaths because of heart failure. In this study, the developed method, which based on PPG signals, experimental results on CinC2015 database show that the proposed system can be useful for detection of life threatening alarm types and implementable for smart watches and phones in pre-clinical use.


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E. Yanar and Y. Serinağaoğlu Doğrusöz, “PPG signal-based pre-clinical usage arrhythmia detection method PPG sinyalleri kullanilarak mobil cihazlara uygulanabilir erken aritmi tespit metodu,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/35410.