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Analysis of the second heart sound for diagnosis of paediatric heart disease

Leung, TS; White, PR; Cook, J; Collis, WB; Brown, E; Salmon, AP; (1998) Analysis of the second heart sound for diagnosis of paediatric heart disease. IEE Proc Sci Meas Technol , 145 (6) pp. 285-290.

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Title: Analysis of the second heart sound for diagnosis of paediatric heart disease
Additional information: Cited By (since 1996): 12 Export Date: 27 April 2010 Source: Scopus CODEN: ISMTE Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Leung, T.S.; Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, Hants S017 1BJ, United Kingdom References: Rangayyan, R., M., and LEHNER, R.J.: 'Phonocardiogram Signal Analysis: A Review', Crit. Rev. Bionied. Eng., , 1988, 15, (3), pp. 211-236; Leatham, A., 'Auscultation and Phonocardiography: A Personal View of the Past 40 Years', Br. Heart J., , 1987, 57, pp. 397; Harris, A., SUTTON, G., and TOWERS, M.: 'Physiological and Clinical Aspects of Cardiac Auscultation' Medi-Cine Ltd., London, UK, , 1976; Novey, D., W., PENCAK, M., and STANG, J.M.: 'The Guide to Heart Sounds: Normal and Abnormal' CRC Press Inc., Florida, , 1990; Shaver, J., A., SALERNI, R., and REDDY, P.S.: 'Normal and Abnormal Heart Sounds in Cardiac Diagnosis. Part I: Systolic Sounds', Curr. Probl. Cardiol, , 1985, 10, (3); Tang, Y., CHEN, D., and DURAND, L.G.: 'The Synthesis of the Aortic Valve Closure Sound of the Dog by the Mean Filter of Forward and Backward Predictor", IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., , 1992, 39, pp. 1-8; Sava, H., P., and MCDONNELL, J.T.E.: 'Modified Forwardbackward Overdetermined Prony's Method and Its Application in Modelling Heart Sounds', IEE Proc., Vis. Image Signal Process., , 1995, 142, (6), pp. 375-380; Cloutier, G., GRENIER, M.C., and DURAND, L.-G.: 'Spectral Analysis of Closing Sounds Produced by Lonescu-Shiley Bioprosthetic Aortic Heart Valves. Part 2: Computer Simulation of Aortic Closing Sounds and Estimation of Their Truncation Level and Signal-to-noise Ratio', Med. Bio. Eng. Comput., , 1987, 25, pp. 492-496; Chen, D., DURAND, L.-G., and LEE, H.C.: 'Time-frequency Analysis of the First Heart Sound. Part 1: Simulation and Analysis', Med. Biol. Eng. Comput., , 1997, 25, pp. 492-496; Wood, J., C., BUDA, A.J., and BARRY, D.T.: 'Time-frequency Transforms: A New Approach to First Heart Sound Frequency Dynamics', IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., , 1992, 39, (7), pp. 730-740; Obaidat, M., S.: 'Phonocardiogram Signal Analysis: Techniques and Performance Comparison', J. Med. Eng. Teclmol, , 1993, 17, (6), pp. 221-227; Baraniuk, R., G., and JONES, D.L.: 'A Signal-dependent Time-frequency Representation', IEEE Trans. Signal Process., , 1994, 41, pp. 1589-1602; Mallat, S., G., and ZHANG, Z.: 'Matching Pursuits with Timefrequency Dictionaries', IEEE Trans. Signal Process., , 1993, 41, (12), pp. 3397-3415; Qian, S., And CHEN, D.: 'Joint Time-frequency Analysis: Methods and Applications' Prentice-Hall Inc., , 1996; Cook, J., G., and MCFADDEN, P.D.: 'Decomposition of Gear Vibration Signals by the Generalised S Transform (I) Gaussian Window'. Department of Engineering Science, Oxford University, Report OUEL, , 2101/96, 1996; Wilson, R., CALWAY, A.D., and PEARSON, R.S.: 'A Generalized Wavelet Transform for Fourier Analysis: the Multiresolution Fourier Transform and Its Application to Image and Audio Signal Analysis', IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, , 1992, 38, (2), pp. 674-690; Cofiman, R., R., and WICKERHAUSER, M.V.: 'Entropybased Algorithm for Best Basis Selection', IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, , 1992, 38, (2), pp. 713-718; Hlawatsch, F., And BOUDREAUX-BARTELS, G.F.: 'Linear and Quadratic Time-frequency Signal Representations', IEEE Signal Process. Mag., April, , 1992; Heil, C., And WALNUT, D.: 'Continuous and Discrete Wavelet Transforms', SIAM Rev., , 1989, 31, pp. 628-666 The second heart sound (S2) consists of two major components, one due to the closure of the aortic valve (A2) and the other due to the closure of the pulmonary valve (P2). The aortic valve normally closes before the pulmonary valve and leads to a time delay between the two sounds. This delay is known as the 'split' in the medical community and is of significant diagnostic importance. The authors aim to develop an automatic technique to measure the split and to compare two common splitting patterns (i.e. variable splitting and fixed splitting), in a quantitative manner. A signal model for S2 is proposed. Accordingly, S2 is decomposed into a number of components with an algorithm based on the time-frequency distribution of the signal. A2 and P2 are selected from the model components and from these the split can be estimated. Groups of patients with the two splitting patterns have been investigated. For each patient, the splits of 20 successive cardiac cycles are measured, their mean and standard deviation are then calculated and used to characterise the two splitting patterns. It is found that the two simple statistical quantities can be used to identify the splitting patterns and hence offer important diagnostic information. © IEE, 1998.
Keywords: Paediatric heart disease, Second heart sound, Split, Time-frequency analysis, Algorithms, Calculations, Time series analysis, Paediatric heart diseases, Electrocardiography
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URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/72283
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