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  • Posted a comment on discussion Simple Apps on C# ECG Toolkit

    This is what you are talking about (see attached image). You can detect these features with a specialised detector. There is no code for this included in the C# ECG Toolkit. But physionet and BioSig might provide code to do this. Also you can take a look at conference papers from CinC. Other people have done this before and written about there findings, maybe there efforts can help you.

  • Modified a comment on discussion Simple Apps on C# ECG Toolkit

    Entry: https://sourceforge.net/p/ecgtoolkit-cs/discussion/873772/thread/6c12faf6/#f6c4 describes how to write the GlobalMeasurements to a ECG file. // make a diagnostic statement object ECGConversion.ECGDiagnostic.Statements stat = new ECGConversion.ECGDiagnostic.Statements(); // here you add the statement and its status stat.statement = new string[] { "my statement", "UNCONFIRMED" }; stat.confirmed = false; stat.time = DateTime.Now; // set statement to the ECG file format.Diagnostics.setDiagnosticStatements(stat);...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Simple Apps on C# ECG Toolkit

    Entry: https://sourceforge.net/p/ecgtoolkit-cs/discussion/873772/thread/6c12faf6/#f6c4 describes how to write the GlobalMeasurements to a ECG file. // make a diagnostic statement object ECGConversion.ECGDiagnostic.Statements stat = new ECGConversion.ECGDiagnostic.Statements(); // here you add the statement and its status stat.statement = new string[] { "my statement", "UNCONFIRMED" }; stat.confirmed = false; stat.time = DateTime.Now; // set statement to the ECG file format.Diagnostics.setDiagnosticStatements(stat);...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Simple Apps on C# ECG Toolkit

    No QRS detection or other beat feature dection provided with this source code. Only acces to data provided in the file you might be opening. Not all devices provide measurements, then these values might not be available.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Simple Apps on C# ECG Toolkit

    Is there now global measurements at all provided by the recording device? Writing a QRS detector is quite some work, but there are a lot of articles about the subject (take a look at the CinC conferences).Just one example of a paper discussing the topic: http://www.cinc.org/archives/2014/pdf/0557.pdf You can also take a look at the WVFDB Tools from physionet. Or perhaps the biosig toolkit another soruceforge project.

  • Posted a comment on discussion Simple Apps on C# ECG Toolkit

    Hi, Not really sure about your question, but I will two possible questions you are asking: 1. If you use the code you provie. The values: Pdur, QRSdur, QT and QTc are now automatically calculated base on provided values. 2. If you want the values that you set in this code. Then you at least need a QRS detector and then additionally a per beat feature detector (by scanning around the QRS complex looking for possible P and T wave features). Another solution is to use an OEM system that can detect these...

  • Modified ticket #24 on C# ECG Toolkit

    ECG Statements contains questionmarks when string has non-ASCII characters.

  • Posted a comment on ticket #24 on C# ECG Toolkit

    Ok this comes down to interpretation of Language Support Code (Tag 14 of Section...

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