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Simplify Point-of-Care Patient Monitor Design Using ECG AFE

Original Air Date: Jun 15, 2011 | Duration: 40 min Webinar
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Overview:
As we begin the transition into a new paradigm in healthcare, the call for higher levels of integration to reduce system size, power and cost has meant that silicon developers are now taking on some of the challenges that have traditionally fallen under the realm of the customer. This webcast will introduce an ECG Analog Front End (AFE) which integrates the functional blocks traditionally designed into an ECG system using discrete components, as well as respiration measurement and pace pulse detection. We will look at how this device addresses some of the main ECG design challenges including critical system level requirements.

Topics to be covered in this presentation will include but are not limited to:

  • ECG System Overview
  • ECG Measurement
  • Common Mode Rejection
  • Respiration Monitoring
  • Pace Pulse Detection

Who should attend?
Engineers involved in ECG and Patient Monitor Designs.

Presenter:
Tony Zarola, Strategic Marketing Manager, Healthcare Segment, Analog Devices, Inc
Tony Zarola is a Strategic Marketing Manager in the Healthcare Segment at Analog Devices, Inc. where he has been employed for 23 years.  In this role, Tony is focused on defining the business strategies for the sub-segments of Medical Instrumentation and Patient Monitoring. His career at ADI has included a number of technical and marketing roles in both the sales and product line organizations. Prior to his role in the healthcare segment, Tony was a Product Line Manager within the Processor/DSP group.

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JerryGlen Posted Jun 16, 2011

Registered twice. Did not get email confirmation. tryed repeatedly to activate webinar on demand. Unsuccessful. Kept getting test page.

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JerryGlen Posted Jun 16, 2011

System also checked out on test page Jerry G

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