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QRSQuasi Random Signal
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QRSSend Slower
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QRSQuick Reaction Strike (US DoD)
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QRSQuantronic Resonance System
QRSQuality of Reading Survey
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QRSQuality Refine Software
QRSQuality Roofing System (Connecticut)
QRSQualified Review Specialist
QRSQueensland Roller Sports
QRSQuality, Repair and Statistic System
QRSQuick-Reaction Spare
QRSQuantitative Reports on Safety
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Similar to Mobitz Type II AV heart block, the PR intervals for the conducted beats (those followed by a QRS) are constant.
Commenting on the move, QRS' president, who will become CEO of Gimbal, noted that the spin-off would allow the business to respond to the quickly evolving landscape.
To address the impact of computational logic "adder" on the processing element "filter," the digital filter of the QRS detector is illustrated in this paper for the biomedical signal processing applications.
Elevation of the ST segment in the electrocardiogram (measured relative to the QRS complex and expressed as the T/QRS ratio) has been suggested as a useful diagnostic marker for asphyxia in both experimental and clinical monitoring studies [17, 20, 50-52].
Accompanying Office Medic software and QRS spirometry consumables in conjunction with the Orbit portable spirometer simplify diagnostic testing with easy-to-use technology and by eliminating the need for sterilization and calibration.
It causes PR interval prolongation, widening of QRS, and first- and second-degree atrioventricular block.
In the current study, the most frequent ECG change observed was P-pulmonale (68%) and the next common change was Right Axis Deviation of QRS Complex (beyond +90 degrees).
This way, the ECG can be described at different scales of temporal and frequency resolution, and thus high frequency waves (such as the QRS complex) can be distinguished from low frequency waves (such as P- and T-waves).
As the most significant information of ECG, QRS complex needs to be identified more precisely for better automatic ECG analysis.
The second objective was to determine how modification of this formula taking into consideration QRS duration would compare to direct measurement of the JT interval in conduction delay induced by ventricular pacing.