The Real-time Electrocardiogram Signal Monitoring System in Wireless Sensor Network

Anchana Muankid, Mahasak Ketcham


The Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the most of death in the world. Electrocardiogram (ECG) is the graph that shows heart electrical activities. The physician record and detect the abnormal Electrocardiogram (ECG) signal by the Holter monitor that patient need to carry on the device for record ECG signal in 24 hours. Pan-Tomkins algorithm was appropriate for Real-time ECG signal recognition because high accuracy and rapidly analysis. This research propose the Real-time ECG Signal monitoring system for detect the abnormal ECG signal by using Pan-Tomkins algorithm with Wireless Sensor Network. The system separated into 2 part; sender module and receiver module. Experimental the system by using the ECG signal data from MIT-BIH database. Selected 20 samples of abnormal ECG signal then experimental at 10 and 20 meters sender module-receiver module distance, calculate R-R interval and R amplitude threshold The results show that the Real-time ECG signal monitoring system detect 17 abnormal ECG signal, the accuracy is 85%. This systems efficient for detect the abnormal of ECG signal in real-time.


ECG Analysis; Wireless sensor network; real-time ECG monitoring

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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