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Building an Electrocardiogram (ECG) Diagnostic System

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Manual by: Christine Moran. E-mail the author

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Summary: This Collection contains all the necessary background information you need to build an ECG that not only detects the heart rate but can also detect other heart abnormalities automatically. We include the circuit we used to build a three lead ECG as well as the LabVIEW and Matlab code we used.

This collection contains: Modules by: Christine Moran, Leslie Goldberg, Yuheng Chen.

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