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  • Journal title : Fashion & Textile Research Journal
  • Volume 17, Issue 5,  2015, pp.844-853
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for ClothIng Industry
  • DOI : 10.5805/SFTI.2015.17.5.844
 Title & Authors
A Study of Sensing Locations for ECG Monitoring Clothing based on the Skin Change rate
Cho, Hakyung; Cho, Sang woo;
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 Abstract
Recently, according to change of lifestyle and increase of concerning in health, needs of the smart clothing based on the vital sign monitoring have increased. Along with this trend, smart clothing for ECG monitoring has been studied various way as textile electrode, clothing design and so on. Smart clothing for ECG monitoring can become a comfortable system which enables continuous vital sign monitoring in daily use. But, smart clothing for ECG monitoring has a weakness on artifact during motion. One of the motion artifact caused by shifting of the electrode position was affected skin change by motion. The aim of this study was to suggest electrode locations for clothing of ECG monitoring to reduce of motion artifacts. Therefore, change of skin surface during the movement were measured and analyzed in order to find location to minimize motion artifacts in ECG monitoring clothing by 3D motion capture. For the experiment, the subjects consisted of 5 males and 5 females in their 20' with average physique. As a result, the optimal location for ECG monitoring was deducted under the bust line and scapula which have least motion artifact. These locations were abstracted to be least affected by movement in this research.
 Keywords
smart clothing;ECG monitoring;motion artifact;skin change;sensing location;
 Language
Korean
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