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Title: III lead ECG pulse measurement sensor
Authors: Thangaraju, S.K. 
Munisamy, K. 
Issue Date: 2015
Journal: III lead ECG pulse measurement sensor. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 88(1), [012047] 
Abstract: Heart rate sensing is very important. Method of measuring heart pulse by using an electrocardiogram (ECG) technique is described. Electrocardiogram is a measurement of the potential difference (the electrical pulse) generated by a cardiac tissue, mainly the heart. This paper also reports the development of a three lead ECG hardware system that would be the basis of developing a more cost efficient, portable and easy to use ECG machine. Einthoven's Three Lead method [1] is used for ECG signal extraction. Using amplifiers such as the instrumentation amplifier AD620BN and the conventional operational amplifier Ua741 that would be used to amplify the ECG signal extracted develop this system. The signal would then be filtered from noise using Butterworth filter techniques to obtain optimum output. Also a right leg guard was implemented as a safety feature to this system. Simulation was carried out for development of the system using P-spice Program.
DOI: 10.1088/1757-899X/88/1/012047
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