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Abstract :

This paper demonstrates the development and implementation of a real time wireless monitoring of hearth activities. In particular, electrocardiogram (ECG) is one of the most time-critical vital signals for patients with a heart problem, to the extent continuous transmission functionality is required in real time. The ECG is the largest biopotential in the body, generated by electrical polarization and depolarization of the heart muscle. The collected data can then be stored in the computer of a network
management center to facilitate the medical staff to monitor in real time or analyze in batch mode the physiological changes of the patients under observation. Our proposed system is bidirectional, has low power consumption, is cost effective, is modular designed, has the capability of operating independently, and can be used to improve the service quality and reduce the workload of the medical staff .

Keywords :

: Electrocardiogram, Real Time, Monitoring, Signal Processing .

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