Motion Artifact Research Paper

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Motion artifact is the noise introduced to the ECG that results from motion of the ECG electrode. Specifically, electrode movement causes deformations of the skin around the electrode site, which in turn cause changes in the electrical characteristics of the skin around the electrode. These electrical changes appear in the ECG as motion artifact. Motion artifact can produce large amplitude signals in the ECG and can resemble the P, QRS, and T waveforms of the ECG. Motion artifact removal is relevant during ambulatory monitoring. From the clinical standpoint, motion artifact can result in misdiagnosis and may lead to delayed or inappropriate treatment decisions. The ECG signals taken from the pregnant women also contains the signal of the fetal
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