Extration of Diaphragmatic EMG Using DWT

Abstract : Analysis of respiratory muscle activity by means of oesophageal electrodes is a promising technique to detect and diagnose neuromuscular pathology. The diaphragm electromyogram (dEMG) is a mixture of signals generated by different active muscles due to the phenomena related to repiratory volume. Wavelet transform can be used as a preprocessing tool to denoise dEMG signals from artefact and ECG. In the present study, we have established the effectiveness of this tool to extract dEMG from a set of experimental recording.
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El-Mostafa Fadaili, Vincent Vigneron, Christian Jutten, Christian Straus, T. Similowski. Extration of Diaphragmatic EMG Using DWT. [Research Report] GIPSA-lab. 2008. ⟨hal-00202737⟩

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