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ECG Webinar | Recording Great ECG

Date
Thursday, July 14, 2016

Location
On Demand Playback

How to Get Great ECG (Electrocardiography) Data explains and demonstrates fundamental techniques for recording clean, usable ECG (EKG) data. It is applicable to researchers in both academic and commercial settings who need to accurately analyze ECG data in their experiments. Fundamentals overview is ideal for researchers who have two years or less of experience in analyzing ECG data.

Topics covered include:
– Hardware options for in-lab (tethered and wireless) recording, wireless and wearable lab and remote recording and logging, options for recording in the MRI environment, and more.
– Simple Lead II ECGECG HRV data
– 6-lead and 12-lead ECG
– Recording great Heart Rate data
– R-R Interval
– Lead II Analysis
– Additional analysis techniques, to include a preview of HRV and RSA

How to Get Great ECG Data: Recording Great Data Webinar Slides

ECG Recording Great Data Q & A

ECG Product Resource Sheet

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