Design of Vital Sign Monitor with ECG, BPM, and Respiration Rate Parameters
Vital sign monitor is a device used to monitor a patient's vital sign, in the form of a heartbeat, pulse, blood pressure, temperature of the heart's pulse form continuously. Condition monitoring in patients is needed so that paramedics know the development of the condition of inpatients who are experiencing a critical period. Electrocardiogram (ECG) is a physiological signal produced by the electrical activity of the heart. Recording heart activity can be used to analyze how the characteristics of the heart. By obtaining respiration from outpatient electrocardiography, which is increasingly being used clinically to practice to detect and characterize the abnormal occurrence of heart electrical behavior during normal daily activities. The purpose of this study is to determine that the value of the Repiration Rate is taken from ECG signals because of its solidity. At the peak of the R ECG it has several respiratory signals such as signals in fluctuations. An ECG can be used to determine breathing numbers. This module utilizes leads ECG signals to 1 lead, namely lead 2, respiration rate taken from the ECG, BPM in humans displayed on a TFT LCD. This research module utilizes the use of filters to obtain ECG signals, and respiration rates to display the results on a TFT LCD. This module has the highest error value of 0.01% compared to the Phantom EKG tool. So this module can be used for the diagnosis process.ECG, Respiration Rate, Filter
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