Telemedicine system based on ECG signals and in the TCP/IP protocol using a sparse space

Wilmar Tuay, Luis Mendoza, Leonor Jaimes Cerveleón

Abstract


Telemedicine systems are revolutionizing applications in the health sector, to the point where people are monitored remotely. This article presents a telemedicine system for transmission of electrocardiographic data (ECG) using TCP/IP protocol in real time. The communication system consists of the stage of instrumentation that includes amplifiers and filters. TCP/IP communication system was used to transmit and tele-monitor the subjects. We performed tests with 30 subjects, in addition was determined by the percentage of error of information loss had an average value of 0.25%.

Keywords


Electrocardiogram, TCP / IP, Tele-monitoring, WLAN.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/syt.v15i41.2441

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