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Multisensor fusion for atrial and ventricular activity detection in coronary care monitoring.

Abstract : Information management for critical care monitoring is still a very difficult task. Medical staff is often overwhelmed by the amount of data provided by the increased number of specific monitoring devices and instrumentation, and the lack of an effective automated system. Specifically, a basic task such as arrhythmia detection still produce an important amount of undesirable alarms, due in part to the mechanistic approach of current monitoring systems. In this work, multisensor and multisource data fusion schemes to improve atrial and ventricular activity detection in critical care environments are presented. Applications of these schemes are quantitatively evaluated and compared with current methods, showing the potential advantages of data fusion techniques for event detection in noise corrupted signals.
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Alfredo Hernández, Guy Carrault, Fernando Mora, Laurent Thoraval, Gianfranco Passariello, et al.. Multisensor fusion for atrial and ventricular activity detection in coronary care monitoring.. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1999, 46 (10), pp.1186-90. ⟨10.1109/10.790494⟩. ⟨inserm-00134401⟩

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