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    real-time ECG?

    Hi everyone,

    I'm designing a medical device which requires a real-time signal from an electrocardiogram sent to the CPU of the device.

    From what I was told, for typical ECG's there's a lag time between the detection and output of the electrical signal(?) Does anyone know if there's reliable real-time ECG device or procedure that I can use?

    I think I've only been able to find detection algorithms to predict QRS complexes. I'm a chemical engineer, so all this is pretty confusing for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuN View Post
    From what I was told, for typical ECG's there's a lag time between the detection and output of the electrical signal(?)

    Is there? can you post your source, references or performance of such technology?

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    I'm pretty sure there is no delay at all, in fact that would sort of useless if there was.

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