Designing a non-contact sensor for capturing pacemaker

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Volume-68 Issue-7
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Mohammad Almasi
DOI :  10.14445/22312803/IJCTT-V68I7P107

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Mohammad Almasi, "Designing a non-contact sensor for capturing pacemaker," International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology, vol. 68, no. 7, pp. 49-55, 2020. Crossref,

The obtained advances in the heart surgery from the mid - 20th century, has created the need for artificial means to stimulate the heart muscle. Initially, pacemakers were developed as machines outside the body and large, but technological advances led to the shrinking and miniaturization of electronic circuits and eventually the development of ICD devices. with recent advances pacemakers have also been developed without lead, and these advances to be continued. In this thesis, an FPGA based on PACEMAKER is proposed. The algorithm implemented in the Xilinx - type FPGA which is programmed using VHDL and ISE software. simulation results show the ability of the system to detect the absence of a heartbeat in the expected times, and/ or to generate the required pulses or beats. In the following, an idea is presented at the end of the paper to continue the work, which has the ability to transform the device into a node and form a database of heart patients which can contribute to improving the health situation of the community and reduce the high mortality rate caused by heart disease.

heart disease, pacemaker, heart rate . Electrocardiography, signal processing, arrhythmia, Micro Electronics,

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