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- 1. T.C. DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FACULTY ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT DETECTION OF DISEASES USING ECG SIGNAL Final Year Project Report by Serhat DAĞ February, 2017 İZMİR
- 2. DETECTION OF DISEASES USING ECG SIGNAL SERHAT DAĞ (about.serhat@gmail.com)
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- 4. I ABSTRACT In recent years, electrocardiogram (ECG) has been used as main method for the diagnosis of heart disease. The purpose of this study is to design a decision algorithm which automatically detect heart diseases. With this project, arrhythmia diseases will be detected more easily. This program can also be used in education for physicians. In this project , peak classification approach is used in ECG signal for determining various diseases . As known the amplitudes and duration values of P-Q-R-S-T peaks determine the functioning of heart of human. Therefore duration and amplitude of all peaks are found. R-R and P-R intervals are calculated. Finally, we have obtained the necessary information for disease detection This project is implemented by using MATLAB software. An interface was created to easily select and process the signal. “.dat” format is used the for ECG signal data. We have detected bradycardia and tachycardia.
- 5. II ÖZET Son yıllarda, kalp hastalığının tanısında ana yöntem olarak elektrokardiyogram (EKG) kullanılmaktadır. Bu çalışmanın amacı, kalp hastalıklarını otomatik olarak tespit eden bir karar algoritması tasarlamaktır. Bu proje sayesinde aritmi hastalıkları daha kolay tespit edilecektir. Bu program aynı zamanda doktorlar için eğitimde de kullanılabilir. Bu projede, çeşitli hastalıkların belirlenmesinde EKG sinyalinde pik sınıflandırma yaklaşımı kullanılmaktadır. Bilindiği gibi P-Q-R-S-T piklerinin genlik ve süre değerleri insan kalbinin işleyişini belirler. Bunun için tüm piklerin genliği ve süresi bulunur. R-R ve P-R aralıkları hesaplanır. Son olarak hastalık tespiti için gerekli bilgileri elde etmiş oluruz Bu proje MATLAB yazılımı kullanılarak gerçekleştirilmiştir. Sinyali kolayca seçme ve işleme için bir arayüz oluşturuldu. EKG sinyal verileri için ".dat" biçimi kullanıldı. Bradikardi ve taşikardi hastalıklarının tespiti yapıldı.
- 6. III TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT ............................................................................................................................................I ÖZET..................................................................................................................................................... II TABLE OF CONTENTS....................................................................................................................III LIST OF FIGURES.............................................................................................................................IV 1.INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 GENERAL OVERVIEW..................................................................................................................... 1 1.2. THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM ......................................................................................................... 1 1.3. DATA ............................................................................................................................................ 3 2.ARRHYTMIA .................................................................................................................................... 3 2.1. NORMAL SINUS RHYTHM ............................................................................................................. 4 2.2. SINUS TACHYCARDIA.................................................................................................................... 4 2.3. SINUS BRADYCARDIA ................................................................................................................... 4 2.4.HEART BLOCK ............................................................................................................................... 4 3. ALGORITHM OF PROGRAM...................................................................................................... 5 3.1. WAVELET TRANSFORM ................................................................................................................ 6 3.2 PEAKS DETECTION ....................................................................................................................... 11 4. DEMONSTRATION OF PROGRAM .......................................................................................... 11 5. COST ANALYSİS........................................................................................................................... 15 6. WORK PLAN.................................................................................................................................. 15 7. CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................ 16 8. REFERENCES................................................................................................................................ 17 9.APPENDIX-I .................................................................................................................................... 18 10.APPENDIX-II................................................................................................................................. 28 11.APPENDIX-III ............................................................................................................................... 29 12.APPENDIX-IV................................................................................................................................ 30 13.APPENDIX-V................................................................................................................................. 32
- 7. IV LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 1-REPRESENTS A TYPICAL ECG WAVES ..................................................................................... 1 FIGURE 2-. SHAPES OF THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAM ................................................................................ 2 FIGURE 3-THE HEART’S ANATOMY ......................................................................................................... 3 FIGURE 4-DESCRIPTION OF THE ALGORITHMS ........................................................................................ 5 FIGURE 5-SCALING FUNCTION FOR WAVELET DAUBECHIES 8 ................................................................ 7 FIGURE 6-SCALING FUNCTION COEFFICIENT FOR DB8............................................................................. 8 FIGURE 7-WAVELET FUNCTION FOR WAVELET DAUBECHIES 8 (DB8) .................................................... 8 FIGURE 8-WAVELET FUNCTION COEFFICIENT FOR DB8.......................................................................... 9 FIGURE 9-RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIGITAL WAVELET COEFFICIENTS ................................................ 10 FIGURE 10-THREE LEVEL WAVELET DECOMPOSITION TREE ................................................................. 10 FIGURE 11-APPROXIMATION COEFFICIENT OF SIGNAL AT LEVEL 4...................................................... 11 FIGURE 12-DEMONSTRATION OF PROGRAM.......................................................................................... 12 FIGURE 13-ORIGINAL SIGNAL (PROPERTIES OF SIGNAL IS DESCRIBED IN 1.3 DATA).......................... 12 FIGURE 14- COEFFICIENTS OF SIGNAL AT 1 LEVEL DECOMPOSITION.................................................. 13 FIGURE 15-COEFFICIENTS OF SIGNAL AT 2 LEVEL DECOMPOSITION.................................................... 13 FIGURE 16-COEFFICIENTS OF SIGNAL AT 3 LEVEL DECOMPOSITION ................................................... 14 FIGURE 17-COEFFICIENTS OF SIGNAL AT 4 LEVEL DECOMPOSITION ................................................... 14 FIGURE 18-WORK PLAN ........................................................................................................................ 15 FIGURE 19-WAVELET FAMILIES............................................................................................................ 28 FIGURE 20-ANALYSIS RESULTS OF THE SIGNALS IN THE DATA FOLDER ............................................... 29 FIGURE 21-APPROXIMATION COEFFICIENTS OF SIGNAL LEVELS FOR DB8........................................... 30 FIGURE 22-DETAIL COEFFICIENTS OF SIGNAL LEVELS FOR DB8 .......................................................... 31 FIGURE 23- ATR. FILE FOR 101.DAT FILE............................................................................................... 32 FIGURE 24-HEADER FILE FOR 101.DAT FILE.......................................................................................... 32
- 8. 1 1.INTRODUCTION 1.1 General Overview The population increases day by day. Therefore people don't get enough benefit from health services. It is impossible for patients to be kept under the supervision of a physician at all times. Speed and time are very important for physicians. This project is intended to help doctors to analyze the ECG signal. Doctors will save time thanks to program. This program can also be used for education for. 1.2. The Electrocardiogram Open and see method were used for diseases of internal organs by physician. It meant that people were always suffering. This was also a very difficult situation for both physicians and patients. Technology has improved. Now doctors use non-invasive methods. For example urine and blood tests. Various signals are taken from the organs in the human body. The information generated by these signals is in this group. For examples EEG (electrical activity of the brain, electroencephalogram), EMG (electrical activity of the muscles, electromyogram). and ECG. ECG signal analysis was performed in this project. Detailed information about this signal is given below. The electrical current is spread through the body when the heart undergoes depolarization (The electrical activation of the tissues is positive) repolarization (The discharge of electrical charge of the tissues ) [1]. This electrical activity generated by heart. It can be measured by an array of electrodes placed on the body surface. These records are called electrocardiograms (ECG or EKG). Over the past few years, there has been an increased trend toward processing of the electrocardiogram (ECG) using microcomputers. A survey of literature in this reach area indicates that system based on microcomputers can perform needed medical services in extremely efficient manner [2]. Figure 1: Represents a typical ECG waves. [2]
- 9. 2 The heart beat period of time curve (typical ECG waveforms) is examined in figure 1. There is a sharpness in the figure. Periodic sharpness can be seen in figure 2. These sharpness associated with the contraction of the ventricular. These are called “depolarization” [3]. Muscle fibers lost resting potential during depolarization [2]. Signal prepared to go slightly negative deviation as a rule, it continues with a big positive taper [2]. Followed by a second negative deviation income. The cons traction of the ventricles is called “QRS complex”. A oscillation is seen after QRS complex. This oscillation also is called ST range or ST wave. Now the potential difference is immeasurable. A zero line is drawn at this time is called the isoelectric line. This is followed by T-wave ( representing the depolarization). The P wave indicates that they are in the excited state to the atrium. Finally U waves is not always seen [1]. It is typically small . U waves are thought to represent repolarization of the papillary muscles. A ECG signal can be examine in figure 2 (This is a theoretical signal. The actual ECG signal is not as smooth as this signal) . Figure 2 . Shapes of the electrocardiogram : signal heart might produce assuming a 4000 Hz sampling rate. The heart rate for this signal is approximately 89 beats per minute, and the peak voltage of the signal is 3.5 millivolts [4] An electrocardiogram is a measurement of the electrical activity of the heart muscle which can be obtained from the surface of the skin and from different angles like Figure 3. When the heart muscle contracted and pumping the blood for all parts of body, action potentials will be released through the mechanical process within the heart muscle which leads to electrical activity.
- 10. 3 Figure 3: The heart’s anatomy with waveforms from different specific part of the heart . [3] 1.3. Data ECG signals are collected from Physionet MIT-BIH arrhythmia database. ECG signals are described by a text header file (.hea), a binary file (.dat) and a binary annotation file (.atr). Header file consists of detailed information such as number of samples, sampling frequency, format of ECG signal, type of ECG leads and number of ECG leads, patient’s history and the detailed clinical information.[5] In binary data signal file, raw ECG recordings were sampled at 360 Hz with an 12-bit resolution over the 10 mV range. Binary data file store raw data signals (12 bits used for each sample). Binary data files are created with reference to header files [5]. The signal is stored in 212 format. Other files are .atr files (annotation file). “.atr ” files contain some comments for the record files. So which storages some experts note about the analysis of signal quality results [6]. 2.ARRHYTMIA For a normal healthy person the ECG comes off as a nearly periodic signal with depolarization followed by repolarization at equal intervals(as figure 2). However, sometimes this rhythm becomes irregular. Cardiac arrhythmia (also dysrhythmia) is a term for any of a large and heterogeneous group of conditions in which there is abnormal electrical activity in the heart. The heart beat may be too fast or too slow, and may be regular or irregular. Arrthymia comes in varieties. It may be described as a flutter in chest or sometimes “racing heart” [7]. The diagnosis of Arrthymia requires Electrocardiogram. By studying ECG, Doctors can diagnose the disease and prescribe the required medications. Most of time arrythmia’s are harmless and happen in healthy people free of heart disease. However, some abnormal heart rhythms can be serious or even deadly [8]. Having other types of heart disease an also increase the risk of arrhytmia’s.
- 11. 4 2.1. Normal Sinus Rhythm The first measurement is known as the "P-R interval" and is measured from the beginning of the upslope of the P wave to the beginning of the QRS wave. This measurement should be between 0.12 and 0.20 seconds(120-200 ms)[7]. Duration of PR is represented “res” in MATLAB code. When measuring the PR interval, the lead with the longest PR interval should be chosen. (In some leads, the initial part of the PR interval may be isoelectric. This may be misinterpreted as a short PR interval) [9] . The R-R intervals are constant; the rhythm is regular for normal sinus rhythm. Duration of RR interval should be between 480 and 600 ms [7] ( Duration of RR interval is represented res_2 in MATLAB codes) 2.2. Sinus tachycardia Generally, occurs normally in exercises and stress. Other causes may be under lying medical problems (Anemia, Fever ,Blood loss…[10]) Electrical signal is faster than usual. The heart rate is fast. But heart beats is properly. Therefore RR interval is constant and regular. Due to the above reasons, duration of RR peak should be shorter than normal sinus (it is between 0.45 and 0.48 second). PR interval is between 0.12–0.20 seconds. 2.3. Sinus Bradycardia Electrical signal is slower than usual. The heart rate is slower. But heart beats is properly. Therefore RR interval is constant and regular. PR interval is between 0.12–0.20 seconds. Causes of bradycardia are Sleep, hypothermia, some drugs etc. [10] Duration of RR peak should be bigger than tachycardia and sinus rhythm. 2.4.Heart Block Heart block is an abnormal heart rhythm where the heart beats too slowly. It's slower than bradycardia. PR interval is bigger than 0.20 second [9].
- 12. 5 3. ALGORITHM OF PROGRAM Figure 4: Description of the Algorithms In this project we will implement a algorithm in MATLAB. The program will firstly extract the characteristics of ECG. After that we will find the location and amplitude of ECG signal. That's why we can find the problem that cause to patient. Apply Wavelet Transform for Decomposed Signal R peak detection (Find the maximum value of ECG signal and locate Rloc ) P peak detection (Using window Rloc-90 to Rloc-10, find the maximum) Q peak detection (The minima in the window of Rloc-40 to Rloc-10 ) 50) S Peak Detection (The minima in the window of Rloc+5 to Rloc+40) T Peak Detection (Using window of Rloc+25 to Rloc+90, find the maximum) Calculate PR and PR Intervals Decision for Patient Healthy or not Healthy Take a RAW ECG Signal From Data Set
- 13. 6 3.1. Wavelet Transform Recently, wavelets transform is applied to electro cardiology for several problems . Wavelet transform is used for including data compression, analysis of ventricular late potentials, and the detection of ECG characteristic points [11]. The wavelet transform can separate high frequency component an low frequency component in time domain. In addition wavelet transform is able to decompose signals at various resolutions. It allows accurate feature extraction from non-stationary signals like ECG [11] . The Continuous Wavelet Transform of a signal is defined as f (t), and it is represented as (the sum of over all time of the signal multiplied by scaled [11] ): W(a, b) = ∫ f(t)ᴪa,b (t) +∞ −∞ dt ………… ( 3.1) where ᴪa,b(t) = 1 √a ᴪ∗ ( t−b a ) ……….( 3.2) Where * denotes complex conjugation and , ᴪ∗ ( 𝑡−𝑏 𝑎 ) is a window function called the mother wavelet, a’ is a scale factor ,b’ is also a translation factor [12]. Wavelets are defined by the wavelet function ψ(t) (i.e. the mother wavelet) and scaling function φ(t) (also called father wavelet) in the time domain. Let a=𝑎0 −𝑟 , b=ka0 −r b0 and a0 = 2 , and b0 = 1 from dyadic transformation (dyadic transformation are samples of wavelet transforms following a geometric sequence of ratio 2). Value of j and k is integer and t is a variable in the continuous space (j is number of level and k is shifting value ). We can define scaling and wavelet function as below Φj,k(t) = 2 j 2ΦN(2j t − k) ……(3.3) , ᴪj,k(t) = 2 j 2ᴪ(2k t − k) ……….(3.4) We define wavelet and scaling function Φj,k(t), ᴪa,b(t) ∈ L2 (R), which is limited in time domain. The continuous wavelet transform is the sum of the signal multiplied by the shifted and scaled versions of the main wavelet in the time domain. As a result of these operations, wavelet coefficients are obtained depending on the scale and position. In this project we use discrete wavelet transform with ‘wavedec’ function. Because , discrete wavelet transform is most practical . It provides enough information for signal. It offers a significant reduction in computation time, it mean it is faster .
- 14. 7 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= 1 √M ∑ f(n)ᴪj,k(n)𝑛 …..(3.5) and 𝑊𝛷(𝑗0, k)= 1 √ 𝑀 ∑ f(n)Φj0,k(n)n …(3.6) j≥ 𝑗0 and n∈ 𝑍 1 √ 𝑀 is normalization constant. Φ 𝑁(t) = ∑ hΦ(n)√2 Φ(2t − n)𝑛 …….. (3.7) and ᴪ(t)= ∑ hᴪ(n)√2 Φ(2t − n)𝑛 ………(3.8) where 𝛷(𝑡) = { 1 when 0 ≤ t ≤ 1 0 otherwise …..(3.9) and ᴪ(𝑡) = { 1 when 0 ≤ t ≤ 1/2 −1 when 1 2 ≤ t ≤ 1 0 otherwise ..(3.10) ℎᴪ(𝑛) and ℎ 𝛷(𝑛) is wavelet and scaling function coefficient. These coefficients indicate characteristic characteristics of wavelet and scaling function. There are several wavelet families like Harr , Daubechies , Coeiflets, Symlets, Morlet, Mexican Hat, Meyer ect [12] ( wavelet form can be examined in appendix 2). Selecting a wavelet function which closely matches the signal to be processed is of most importance in wavelet applications Daubechies is chosen (d8 scaling function is used) . Daubechies wavelet family are similar in shape to QRS complex and their energy spectrum are concentrated around low frequencies [13] . Figure 5: Scaling function for wavelet Daubechies 8 (db8) [14]
- 15. 8 Figure 6: Scaling function coefficient for db8 [14] Figure 7: Wavelet function for wavelet Daubechies 8 (db8) [14]
- 16. 9 Figure 8: Wavelet function coefficient for db8 [14] If we use (3.4) and (3.8) for (3.7) 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= 1 √M ∑ f(n)ᴪj,k(n)𝑛 where , ᴪj,k(n) = 2 j 2ᴪ(2j n − k) 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= 1 √M ∑ f(n)𝑛 2 j 2ᴪ(2j n − k)….(*) after we can write by 3.8 ᴪ(2j n − k)= ∑ ℎᴪ(𝑛′)√2 𝛷(2j+1 𝑛 − 2𝑘 − 𝑛′)𝑛′ …(**) After that we can write into * equation 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= 1 √M ∑ f(n)𝑛 2 j 2 ∑ ℎᴪ(𝑛′)√2 𝛷(2j+1 𝑛 − 2𝑘 − 𝑛′)𝑛′ Let n’=m-2k 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= 1 √M ∑ f(n)𝑛 2 j 2 ∑ ℎᴪ(𝑚 − 2𝑘)√2 𝛷(2j+1 𝑛 − 𝑚)𝑚 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= 1 √M ∑ ℎᴪ(𝑚 − 2𝑘)𝑚 ∑ f(n)2 j+1 2 𝛷(2j+1 𝑛 − 𝑚)𝑛 𝑊𝛷(j+1, m) = 1 √M ∑ f(n)2 j+1 2 𝛷(2j+1 𝑛 − 𝑚)𝑛 (From equation * ) So we can write 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= ∑ ℎᴪ(𝑚 − 2𝑘)𝑚 𝑊𝛷(j+1, m) This means, 𝑊ᴪ(j, k)= ℎᴪ(−𝑛)* 𝑊ᴪ(j+1, m) and we can apply same operation for approximation coefficient Therefore 𝑊𝛷(j, k)= ℎ 𝛷(−𝑛)* 𝑊𝛷(j+1, m) for n=2k and k≥ 0
- 17. 10 The last equations determine relationship between digital wavelet coefficients of adjacent scales. Wavelet coefficient is scaling and scaling time-reversed for each step. Block diagram can be examined in figure 9. Figure 9: Relationship between digital wavelet coefficients [11] After wavelet transform is applied two component emerge (with wavedec function in MATLAB). First component is approximation components (it has lower frequency function) and high scale information other component is detail components have higher frequency and less information. Approximation components (coefficient) occurs after low band pass filter (associated with scaling function). Detail coefficients can be obtained after high band pass filter (associated with wavelet transform). The original signal is filtered by half band low pass and high pass filter. This is done for each coefficient. The width of the filter will be reduced by half for each level. These operations consist of decomposition tree. Operations can be repeated many times. In this project the signal decompose at level 8. We can see three level wavelet decomposition tree in figure 10. Figure 10: Three level wavelet decomposition tree [13] 𝒂𝒋+𝟏(𝒏) = ∑ 𝒉(𝟐𝒏 − 𝒌)𝒂𝒋(𝒏)𝟐𝒏 𝒌=𝟏 And 𝒅𝒋+𝟏(𝒏) = ∑ 𝒈(𝟐𝒏 − 𝒌)𝒂𝒋(𝒏)𝟐𝒏 𝒌=𝟏
- 18. 11 3.2 Peaks detection Peaks of the R waves have a largest amplitude (we can see in figure 1). After the decompose the signal high frequency component is removed. R peaks is noticeable even if R peak are deformed. Approximation coefficient signal of signal at 4 level can be examined on figure 11. Figure 11: Approximation coefficient of signal At Level 4 (101.dat signal is used) The locations of the maximum points of the signal were determined. Then these locations of R peaks were found in the original signal. Finally, amplitude of R peaks were found for original signal. Detection of R peaks is very important. Because other peaks are found according to R peaks. After R peak detection we need to select a window of Rloc‐90 to Rloc‐10 and find the maximum, than that maxima is P peak [15]. For location of Q peak we must select a window of Rloc‐40 to Rloc‐10 and find the maximum [16]. To find S peak select a window of Rloc+5 to Rloc+40 and find the maximum [16]. Lastly we select a window of Rloc‐100 to Rloc‐50 and find the maximum for T peak [16]. Generally window is used to search signal because of down sampling. Down sampling deviate location of wave . 4. DEMONSTRATION OF PROGRAM When we run the program, we encounter a interface which has multiple section. Firstly we select a raw ECG signal from data file. Second step we need enter two value. First value represent number of sample and other value is window size. Window size also represent part of sample to use. After that we click on Apply Wavelet button. Wavelet transform apply to signal. That’s why we can see approximation coefficient. Next step we click on Processing Button and we calculate P,Q,R ,S,T
- 19. 12 (durations and amplitude) peaks. Finally , to read result on the interface we need to click on Result Button. Figure 12:Demonstration of Program ( 101.dat signal is used) Approximation coefficient of 101.dat signal is drawn below. We can see R peak noticeable (4. level is enough to consider R peaks ) Figure 13: Original signal (properties of signal is described in 1.3 DATA)
- 20. 13 Figure 14: Coefficients of Signal At 1 Level Decomposition Very similar to the original signal. Figure 15: Coefficients of signal At 2 Level Decomposition , Better than the original signal. But not smooth enough
- 21. 14 Figure 16: Coefficients of Signal At 3 Level Decomposition , It still is not smooth Figure 17: Coefficients of Signal At 4 Level Decomposition High-frequency compounds are removed when the graphics are examined. As a result we can see R peaks. Other important point is y axis of signal increased and x axis is reduced by scaling function (if we examine axis we can notice that).
- 22. 15 5. COST ANALYSİS ECG Signal Compression is a software project that is created and developed via MATLAB. For this project, MATLAB is provided by free license from the university to the students. For this project, personal computer HP k53sv series with 2.4 Ghz processor, 6GB RAM, 500 GB Hard disc space, 5400 rpm hard disc driver NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M + Intel GMA HD graph card is used. 6. WORK PLAN Figure 18 :Work Plan Each step of the plant is interconnected . We have to pay attention to this every step of the way. The table was created entirely according to the effort I spent.
- 23. 16 7. CONCLUSION Over the past few years, importance for human life has been known heart disease. ECG is the main method is used in the diagnosis of heart disease. Purpose of project that the analysis of heart disease with ECG signal. This project is implemented by using MATLAB software and on the basis of the wave form obtain the peaks are classified and are used for the detection of the disease. Wavelet decomposition applied for decomposed ECG signal. All R peaks are noticeable. Daubechies wavelet family are similar in shape to QRS complex. Therefore Daubechies wavelet is chosen for prototype wavelet used. After wavelet transform is applied the ECG, we detect R peaks. The location of the other peaks was determined with location of R peaks. Lastly , we calculated RR and PR intervals. These interval is very important for detecting diseases. These intervals are important for determining the type of illness. For example , electrical signal is faster than usual for tachycardia. Therefore duration of RR peak should be shorter than normal sinus. PR interval is also important for us. It was a fixed interval in the detection of tachycardia and bradycardia. This value was high in some patients' data. Thus Heart block disease is added It consist of effective, simple, non-invasive, low cost procedures for the diagnosis of various disorders physicians for their for their decision and education. This project will reduce the workload of the doctors. It would be easier for a doctor to verify later.
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- 25. 18 9.APPENDIX-I %--------------Final Project------------------------------------------------ % DETECTION OF DISEASES USING ECG SIGNAL % % SERHAT DAĞ 2011502024 % February, 2016 %------------------------------------------------------------------------------ function varargout = ecg_wavelet(varargin) % ECG_WAVELET MATLAB code for ecg_wavelet.fig % ECG_WAVELET, by itself, creates a new ECG_WAVELET or raises the existing % singleton*. % % H = ECG_WAVELET returns the handle to a new ECG_WAVELET or the handle to % the existing singleton*. % % ECG_WAVELET('CALLBACK',hObject,eventData,handles,...) calls the local % function named CALLBACK in ECG_WAVELET.M with the given input arguments. % % ECG_WAVELET('Property','Value',...) creates a new ECG_WAVELET or raises the % existing singleton*. Starting from the left, property value pairs are % applied to the GUI before ecg_wavelet_OpeningFcn gets called. An % unrecognized property name or invalid value makes property application % stop. All inputs are passed to ecg_wavelet_OpeningFcn via varargin. % % *See GUI Options on GUIDE's Tools menu. Choose "GUI allows only one % instance to run (singleton)". % % See also: GUIDE, GUIDATA, GUIHANDLES % Edit the above text to modify the response to help ecg_wavelet % Last Modified by GUIDE v2.5 27-Oct-2016 01:03:26 % Begin initialization code - DO NOT EDIT gui_Singleton = 1; gui_State = struct('gui_Name', mfilename, ...
- 26. 19 'gui_Singleton', gui_Singleton, ... 'gui_OpeningFcn', @ecg_wavelet_OpeningFcn, ... 'gui_OutputFcn', @ecg_wavelet_OutputFcn, ... 'gui_LayoutFcn', [] , ... 'gui_Callback', []); if nargin && ischar(varargin{1}) gui_State.gui_Callback = str2func(varargin{1}); end if nargout [varargout{1:nargout}] = gui_mainfcn(gui_State, varargin{:}); else gui_mainfcn(gui_State, varargin{:}); end % End initialization code - DO NOT EDIT % --- Executes just before ecg_wavelet is made visible. function ecg_wavelet_OpeningFcn(hObject, eventdata, handles, varargin) % This function has no output args, see OutputFcn. % hObject handle to figure % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) % varargin command line arguments to ecg_wavelet (see VARARGIN) % Choose default command line output for ecg_wavelet handles.output = hObject; % Update handles structure guidata(hObject, handles); % UIWAIT makes ecg_wavelet wait for user response (see UIRESUME) % uiwait(handles.figure1); flag =1; % --- Outputs from this function are returned to the command line. function varargout = ecg_wavelet_OutputFcn(hObject, eventdata, handles)
- 27. 20 % varargout cell array for returning output args (see VARARGOUT); % hObject handle to figure % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) % Get default command line output from handles structure varargout{1} = handles.output; % --- Executes on button press in Select. function Select_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to Select (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) % Hint: get(hObject,'Value') returns toggle state of Select global nfile A flag [fil pth]=uigetfile('.dat','Enter File Name Wich You Want to Work') file=[pth fil]; fid=fopen(file,'r'); nfile=fread(fid); nfile=imresize(nfile,[183 1]); axes(handles.axes1) plot(nfile,'-'), title('Original Signal') figure(1),plot(nfile,'-'), title('Original Signal') z=zeros(100,1); A=[z;nfile;z]; % Add 100 zeros before and after the signal axes(handles.axes2) plot(A,'-'),title('Original Signal With Pad') figure(2),plot(A,'-'),title('Original Signal With Pad') flag=2; % --- Executes on button press in Apply.
- 28. 21 function Apply_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to Apply (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) % Define global variables. global nfile Qamp_mv Ramp_mv Samp_mv Tamp_mv P_1 Pamp_mv A flag c %-----------Perform Discrete Wavelet Transform (daubechies 8)--------------- if flag==2 flag=3; [c,l]=wavedec(nfile,8,'db8'); ca1=appcoef(c,l,'db8',1); ca2=appcoef(c,l,'db8',2); ca3=appcoef(c,l,'db8',3); ca4=appcoef(c,l,'db8',4); figure(2),plot(ca1,'-k'),title('Cofficients of Signal At l Level Decomposition') figure(3),plot(ca2,'-k'),title('Cofficients of Signal At 2 Level Decomposition') figure(4),plot(ca3,'-k'),title('Cofficients of Signal At 3 Level Decomposition') figure(5),plot(ca4,'-r'),title('Cofficients of Signal At 4 Level Decomposition') flag=3 ; else errordlg('First select ECG Signal') end % --- Executes on button press in Exit. function Exit_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to Exit (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) clc close all clear all % --- Executes on button press in Result.
- 29. 22 function Result_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to Result (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) global nfile Qamp_mv Ramp_mv Samp_mv Tamp_mv P_1 Pamp_mv A flag c if flag==4 %% Setting handles q p r s t assigns the specified value of the handles to the specified property Q,P,R,S,T set(handles.q,'string',['Q=' num2str(Qamp_mv)]) set(handles.p,'string',['P=' num2str(Pamp_mv)]) set(handles.r,'string',['R=' num2str(Ramp_mv)]) set(handles.s,'string',['S=' num2str(Samp_mv)]) set(handles.t,'string',['T=' num2str(Tamp_mv)]) set(handles.textll,'string',['PERSON HEALT:-' P_1]) else errordlg('Calculate values/apply wavelet') % Create error dialog box end end function edit1_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to edit1 (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) % Hints: get(hObject,'String') returns contents of edit1 as text % str2double(get(hObject,'String')) returns contents of edit1 as a double % --- Executes during object creation, after setting all properties. function edit1_CreateFcn(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to edit1 (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles empty - handles not created until after all CreateFcns called % Hint: edit controls usually have a white background on Windows.
- 30. 23 % See ISPC and COMPUTER. if ispc && isequal(get(hObject,'BackgroundColor'), get(0,'defaultUicontrolBackgroundColor')) set(hObject,'BackgroundColor','white'); end function edit2_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to edit2 (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) % Hints: get(hObject,'String') returns contents of edit2 as text % str2double(get(hObject,'String')) returns contents of edit2 as a double % --- Executes during object creation, after setting all properties. function edit2_CreateFcn(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to edit2 (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles empty - handles not created until after all CreateFcns called % Hint: edit controls usually have a white background on Windows. % See ISPC and COMPUTER. if ispc && isequal(get(hObject,'BackgroundColor'), get(0,'defaultUicontrolBackgroundColor')) set(hObject,'BackgroundColor','white'); end % --- Executes on button press in Proccesing. function Proccesing_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles) % hObject handle to Proccesing (see GCBO) % eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB % handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA) global nfile Qamp_mv Ramp_mv Samp_mv Tamp_mv P_1 Pamp_mv A flag c flag=4; per=get(handles.edit1,'string');
- 31. 24 per=str2double(per); if per>0 & per <=60 per=per; else errordlg('ENTER PERTAGE IN RANGE'); end wndw=get(handles.edit2,'string'); wndw=str2double(wndw); if wndw>2 & wndw <=20 wndw=wndw; else errordlg('ENTER window IN RANGE'); end %-------------R Peak Detection-------- m1=max(c)*(per/100); p=find(c>=m1); p1=p; p2=[]; last=p1(1); sig_fnd=length(p1); for i=2:sig_fnd if (p1(i)>(last+10)) % In this step we find R peaks which are atleast 10 samples apart last=p1(i); p2=[p2 last]; end end p3=p2*8 %Multiply the current location with 8 to get the actual scale. R_position=[]; for i=1:length(p3) range=[p3(i)-wndw:p3(i)+wndw] m=max(A(range))
- 32. 25 l=find(A(range)==m) pos=range(l) R_position=[R_position pos] end Ramp=round(A(R_position)); X=R_position; Rloc=R_position; y1=A; for i=1:1 for j=1:length(X) %----------------------P Peak Detection---- a=R_position(i,j)-90:R_position(i,j)-10; m=max(y1(a)); b=find(y1(a)==m); b=b(1); b=a(b); Ploc(i,j)=round(b); Pamp(i,j)=round(m); %------Q Peak Detection----- a=R_position(i,j)-40:R_position(i,j)-10; m=min(y1(a)); b=find(y1(a)==m); b=b(1); b=a(b); Qloc(i,j)=round(b); Qamp(i,j)=round(m); %----S Peak Detection---- a=R_position(i,j)+5:R_position(i,j)+40; m=min(y1(a)); b=find(y1(a)==m); b=b(1); b=a(b); Sloc(i,j)=round(b); Samp(i,j)=round(m); %-------T Peak Detection----
- 33. 26 a=R_position(i,j)+25:R_position(i,j)+90; m=max(y1(a)); b=find(y1(a)==m); b=b(1); b=a(b); Tloc(i,j)=round(b); Tamp(i,j)=round(m); end end clc disp('VALUE OF AMPLITUDES(mv) OF P Q R S T ARE') Pamp_mv=Pamp %disp(Pamp) Qamp_mv=Qamp Ramp_mv=Ramp Samp_mv=Samp Tamp_mv=Tamp disp('VALUE OF DURATION(ms) OF P Q R S T ARE') Ploc_ms=Ploc Qloc_ms=Qloc Rloc_ms=Rloc Sloc_ms=Sloc Tloc_ms=Tloc res=Ploc_ms+Qloc_ms+Rloc_ms; % P TO R İNTERVAL res_2=Rloc_ms+Sloc_ms+Tloc_ms+Qloc_ms+Ploc_ms; % R to R interval res res_2 if res>=120 & res<=200 if res_2>=480 & res_2<=600 P_1='PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA'; disp('PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA') elseif res_2<450 && res_2>430 P_1='PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA'; disp('PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA')
- 34. 27 elseif res_2>450 && res_2<480 P_1='PERSON IS HEALTY'; disp('PERSON IS HEALTY') else P_1='Not Clear in ECG Signal'; disp('Not Clear in ECG Signal') end end if res>200 P_1='PERSON IS SUFFERING FIRST DEGREE HEART BLOCK'; disp('PERSON IS SUFFERING FIRST DEGREE HEART BLOCK') end flag=4;
- 35. 28 10.APPENDIX-II Figure 19(a): Daubechies , Haar, Morlet, Symlets , Coiflets, Meyer wavelet function [17] Figure 19 (b):Mexican Hat Wavelet Function [12] Figure 19: Wavelet Families Even if a signal is not well represented by one member of the Db family, it may still be efficiently represented by another. Selecting a wavelet function which closely matches the signal to be processed is of importance in wavelet applications [13]
- 36. 29 11.APPENDIX-III FILE Disease 100.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 101.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 102.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 103.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 104.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 105.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 106.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 108.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 109.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 111.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 112.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 113.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 114.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 115.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 116.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 117.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 118.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 119.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 121.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 123.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 124.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 200.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 201.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 202.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 203.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 205.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 208.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 209.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 212.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 213.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 215.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 217.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 219.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 220.dat Not Clear in ECG Signal 222.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 223.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM TACHYCARDIA 228.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 230.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 231.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 232.dat PERSON IS SUFFERING FROM BRADYCARDIA 233.dat PERSON IS HEALTY 234.dat PERSON IS HEALTY Figure 20: Analysis results of the signals in the data folder Window size is 6 and 20 percent of the signal was used . Heart block 'could not be detected. But Some signals have PR range close to 200 ms. PR need to be less than for detected bradycardia and tachycardia.
- 37. 30 12.APPENDIX-IV Figure 21: Approximation Coefficients of Signal Levels for db8 The high-frequency components are removed by wavelet transform. Therefore last signal (8.Level) is smooth and maximum value can be found. In addition effect of scaling function can be noticed.
- 38. 31 Figure 22: Detail Coefficients of Signal Levels for db8 The low-frequency components are removed by wavelet transform. In addition effect of wavelet function can be noticed.
- 39. 32 13.APPENDIX-V Figure 23: atr. File for 101.dat file (N: normal beat , Sub, Chan, Num is describe abnormal beats ) [6] Figure 24:header File for 101.dat file (101:signal number 2:two signal is used, 650000: number of sample, 212:format of signal 200:gain of signals 1024 : Zero value of ADC, 955-29832 The checksums of the 650000 samples, third line is similar to second line, Last line determine sex and age of the subject and data about the recording and drugs (Diapres is name of drug ) )[6].

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