Non-invasive Detection and Compression of Fetal Electrocardiogram
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Dept Elect & Comp Engn
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CitationGao, X. (2017). Non-invasive detection and compression of fetal electrocardiogram. Interpreting Cardiac Electrograms-From Skin to Endocardium, InTechOpen, 53-74.
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AbstractNoninvasive detection of fetal electrocardiogram (FECG) from abdominal ECG recordings is highly dependent on typical statistical signal processing techniques such as independent component analysis (ICA), adaptive noise filtering, and multichannel blind deconvolution. In contrast to the previous multichannel FECG extraction methods, several recent schemes for single-channel FECG extraction such as the extended Kalman filter (EKF), extended Kalman smoother (EKS), template subtraction (TS), and support vector regression (SVR) for detecting R waves on ECG, are evaluated via the quantitative metrics such as sensitivity (SE), positive predictive value (PPV), F-score, detection error rate (DER), and range of accuracy. A correlation predictor that combines with multivariable gray model (GM) is also proposed for sequential ECG data compression, which displays better percent root mean-square difference (PRD) than those of Sabah’s scheme for fixed and predicted compression ratio (CR). Automatic calculation on fetal heart rate (FHR) on the reconstructed FECG from mixed signals of abdominal ECG recordings is also experimented with sample synthetic ECG data. Sample data on FHR and T/QRS for both physiological case and pathological case are simulated in a 10-min time sequence.
DescriptionChapter from Michael, K. A. (2017). Interpreting Cardiac Electrograms-From Skin to Endocardium.
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