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Digital ECG Phantom Design to Represent the Human Heart Signal for Early Test on ECG Machine in Hospital Ardila, Sella Octa; Yulianto, Endro; Sumber, Sumber
International Journal of Advanced Health Science and Technology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): November
Publisher : Forum Ilmiah Teknologi dan Ilmu Kesehatan (FORITIKES)

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Abstract

Electrocardiograph (ECG) is a diagnostic tool that can record the electrical activity of the human heart. By analyzing the resulting waveforms of the recorded electrical activity of the heart, it is possible to record and diagnose disease. Given the importance of the ECG recording device, it is necessary to check the function of the ECG recording device, namely by performing a device calibration procedure using the Phantom ECG which aims to simulate the ECG signal. The purpose of this research is to check the ECG device during repairs, besides that the Electrocardiograph (EKG) tool functions for research purposes on ECG signals or for educational purposes. Electrocardiograph (EKG) simulator or often called Phantom ECG is in principle a signal generator in the form of an ECG like signal or a recorded ECG signal. This device can be realized based on microcontroller and analog circuit. The advantage of this simulator research is that the ECG signal displayed is the original ECG recording and has an adequate ECG signal database. ECG This simulator also has the advantage of providing convenience for research on digital signal processing applications for ECG signal processing. In its application this simulator can be used as a tool to study various forms of  ECG signals. Based on the measurement results, the error value at BPM 30 and 60 is 0.00% at the sensitivity of 0.5mV, 1.0mV, and 2.0mV, then the measurement results for the error value at BPM 120 are 0.33% and at the BPM 180 value, the error value is 0.22%. From these results, it can be concluded that the highest error value is at BPM 120 with sensitivities of 0.5mV, 1.0mV, and 2.0mV.