Anchula Sathish,V Phalguna Kumar,



ECG,QRS complex,Tele-Health,Detection,Bio Medical Signal Processing,


This paper proposes an algorithmic approach to find QRS complex in an ECG signal. These QRS complexes help to identify the functioning of heart and to detect the symptoms of cardiac arrest. Tele-health applications are increasing its range day by day. Normal algorithms cannot analyses the Telehealth ECG signal. So proposed algorithm used to analyses Tele ECG signals. Normal algorithms can detect QRS complex which are recorded in pure clinical ECG where the noise level will be low. The proposed algorithm is able to detect QRS


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