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Getting indivisual Lead Signals of ECG

As you ail know that the ECG signals are acquired from the body and it depends upon the lead we are selected to get the data.

Anyone of you have the idea of getting these types of indivisual signals simulation.

That is we can get simulation for Chest and Limb signals seperately.

 

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How many electrodes do you use? By the way here is a good free book for the medical engineer. It is in english;) http://www.bem.fi/book/index.htm


Besides which, my opinion is that Express VIs Carthage must be destroyed deleted
(Sorry no Labview "brag list" so far)
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I liked this book and it contains very useful information

My project contains simulation of all the leads of an ECG machine i.e. 6 Chest leads and 4 Limb leads.

Pls inform me if you have any information about its acquisition.

Thanks

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Please clarify:  are you looking for a way to generate these signals from a PC and output them to some other device, or are you trying to generate these ECG signals so that you can write software to process/filter, etc. within the PC, or are you trying to acquire these signals from an animal/human, or something else?

 

thanks,

Steve

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Dear Steve,

Actually i am interested in the generation of these signals and using it with in the labview and work with it.

 

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There are public databases of ECG and other biosignals where you can get data files in a variety of formats.  Try www.physionet.org/physiobank

 

 

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