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Interpretation of HRV by the Coupled-Oscillating Cardiac Control System
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Interpretation of HRV by the Coupled-Oscillating Cardiac Control System
Jeung, Gyeo-Wun; Kim, Jeong-Hwan; Lee, Jun-Woo; Kim, Kyeong-Seop;
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 Abstract
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) represents beat-to-beat fluctuations of R-R intervals in Electrocardiogram (ECG). On of the clinical applications of HRV is to assess the mental-stress state by evaluating its power spectral density distribution. This study aims at finding new discriminative role of the coupled-oscillating coupling constants, Cs and Cp in the Integral Pulse Frequency Modulation (IPFM) model. Based on comparing with power spectral density of HRV in terms of the relative ratio of the low and high-frequency power component, we can conclude the fact that the coupling parameters Cs and Cp can replace the role of HRV power spectrum interpretation for judging the mental-stress state.
 Keywords
ECG;Integral pulse frequency modulation (IPFM);HRV;R-peak;Sympathetic nervous system;Parasympathetic nervous system;Stress index;
 Language
Korean
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