Measuring Einthoven II ECG and reference EMG simultaneously to be able to benchmark noise reduction algorithms

Suwanban, L. and Porr, B. (2021) Measuring Einthoven II ECG and reference EMG simultaneously to be able to benchmark noise reduction algorithms. [Data Collection]

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This database contains ECG and EMG recordings of 15 participants:
- The first channel records from right wrist to left hip (ECG+EMG).
- The second channel records from right wrist to right upper arm or right shoulder (EMG only).
Data Format: .tsv (tab separated): samplingNumber ECG+EMG EMGonly checkDigitRow
The sampling frequency is 250 Hz.
Each recording is approximately 120 seconds long.
The signal is in V (raw data straight from the ADC)
The video recordings are synchronised with the data recording.
There are 1 clean (no movement) and 3 types of forearm movements for each participant:
1. recording with relaxed arm and minimal EMG pollution
2. voluntary arm muscle contraction at approximately 0-15, 25-35, 45-55, 65-75, 85-95, 105-115 seconds of the recording.
3. voluntary arm muscle contraction at approximately 25-35, 45-55, 65-75, 85-95, 105-115 seconds of the recording.
4. voluntary arm muscle contraction during the 120 seconds of the recording.

College / School: College of Science and Engineering > School of Engineering
Date Deposited: 23 Dec 2021 13:28
Statement on legal, ethical and access issues:

Ethical approval for this research was given by the University's Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology School of Psychology Ethics Committee on 24/08/2021 (REF: 300210011). The approval letter is included inside the 'participant_data.zip' file. All data files are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4 (CC BY 4.0).

URI: http://researchdata.gla.ac.uk/id/eprint/1236

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Suwanban, L. and Porr, B. (2021); Measuring Einthoven II ECG and reference EMG simultaneously to be able to benchmark noise reduction algorithms

University of Glasgow

DOI: 10.5525/gla.researchdata.1236

Retrieved: 2022-07-06

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