IIT-Hyderabad develops device to monitor ECG data in real-time
| Wednesday | 4th December, 2019
By IANSHYDERABAD: Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IIT-H) has developed a low-power device that can monitor electrocardiogram (ECG) and alert patients and doctors in real-time about the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), the institute said on Tuesday.
A novel System-On-Chip (SoC) architecture is developed in a low complex way by resource sharing concept for the CVD automation.
There is a need of a robust automated device for the early detection of the vital abnormal ECG signals in chronic CVD patients," said Vemishetty Naresh from IIT Hyderabad.
With the present advancement in technology, there is a great scope for developing robust medical ECG devices in analysing the ECG signals and classify the patient condition.
This method will predict the departure from the healthy condition to an unhealthy condition corresponding to the CVDs.
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