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Frequency component of fetal heart rate with integral function method

By: Sugimoto, S.; Hataoka, H.; Kobayashi, H.; Noguchi, Y.; Kobayashi, M.;

1988 / IEEE / 0-7803-0785-2

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Frequency component of fetal heart rate with integral function method ' The authors have been studying the control mechanism of the fetal heart rate using a spectral analysis method which has high accuracy and a short calculation time. They have shown by simulation that frequency components of heart rate variability can be obtained more accurately even if the heart rate data contained certain errors in measurement. They report here the result obtained by applying a similar spectral analysis method to human cardiotocographic data using both the ultrasonic Doppler and the direct scalp electrode method and the integral function method for the analysis. The respiratory component is obtained by spectral analysis.<>