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01-04-2014 | Medical and Biological Measurements | Issue 1/2014

Measurement Techniques 1/2014

Baseline Drift Filtering for an Arterial Pulse Signal

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Measurement Techniques > Issue 1/2014
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A. A. Fedotov
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Translated from Izmeritel’naya Tekhnika, No. 1, pp. 59–62, January, 2014.
Different baseline drift filtering methods are examined for an arterial pulse signal. A baseline drift correction method is proposed that is based on generating an adaptive filter reference signal using multiresolution wavelet transforms of the original biosignal, making it possible to achieve the least distortions in processing the signal compared with model signals free of distorting effects. The effectiveness of other methods for filtering the signal is studied when noise of different intensities is present.

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