ES2228275A1 - Remote electrocardiographic monitoring system, includes portable mobile system carried by patient and including Class B modem (Machine-translation by Google Translate, not legally binding) - Google Patents

Remote electrocardiographic monitoring system, includes portable mobile system carried by patient and including Class B modem (Machine-translation by Google Translate, not legally binding)

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ES2228275A1
ES2228275A1 ES200302223A ES200302223A ES2228275A1 ES 2228275 A1 ES2228275 A1 ES 2228275A1 ES 200302223 A ES200302223 A ES 200302223A ES 200302223 A ES200302223 A ES 200302223A ES 2228275 A1 ES2228275 A1 ES 2228275A1
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Maria Del Mar Elena Perez
Leopoldo Garcia Franquelo
Cristina Lopez Tarrida
Jose Manuel Quero Reboul
Jose Angel Segovia De La Torre
Sergio Toral Marin
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Juan Jesus Santana Cabeza
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Abstract

Addition to Patent 200300365 for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", of the type used for remote transmission and control of a patient's electrocardiographic data, characterized mainly by the use of a GPS (Global Positioning System) positioning module via satellite, together with an intelligent software system, based on neural networks, for the analysis and processing of the electrocardiographic signal, discriminating between a plurality of possible predefined cardiac pathologies, also adding encryption and compression of the data before transmission. The system is also equipped with the capacity to use specific electrodes for veterinary use, registering multiple leads in the input signal.

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Addition to patent 200300365 for "System of transtelephonic electrocardiographic monitoring ".

The present specification refers to, as its title indicates, to an addition to Patent 200300365 by "Electrocardiographic monitoring system transtelephony ", of the type used for transmission and remote control of the electrocardiographic data of a patient, characterized mainly by the use in the Mobile System of a GPS module (Global Positioning System) of satellite positioning, together with an intelligent system of software, based on neural networks, for analysis and electrocardiographic signal processing, discriminating between a plurality of possible predefined cardiac pathologies, adding also an encryption and compression of the data before of its transmission. The system is also equipped with the capacity to the use of specific electrodes for veterinary use, recording multiple leads in the input signal.

It is known and described in the main patent 200300365 the clear advantage it presents over current systems to allow the transmission of the captured signals without the need from any other external device, with the possibility of registration of other signals, and of reducing the economic costs of the signal transmission to the control center, entering therefore an undoubted improvement in the quality of life of patient.

The purpose of the present addition to said Patent 200300365 is the inclusion in the Mobile System of a series of operational and functional modules that add a series of complementary functions that allow the expansion and improvement of its operation, expanding its spectrum of applications and therefore of the entire Electrocardiographic Monitoring System Transtelephonic

One of the objectives of this addition to the patent 200300365 is the integration into the Mobile System of a module GPS (Global Positioning System) which allows the positioning of the Mobile System via satellite, using radio triangulation procedures. Of this mode, when desired, you can quickly know the coordinates of location, and therefore its location, of the Mobile System, and obviously from his associated patient. This module will be reduced size, low consumption and with integrated antenna, independent of the main communications antenna The System control module  Mobile will control the activation of the GPS module in order to locate the patient only when necessary. In consequently the update of the position by GPS will attend a criterion of optimization of consumption, being carried out with the highest possible frequency as long as this criterion is respected, keeping stored the last reliable position obtained until a new coordinate update, to reduce time the location of the patient in each new communication with the satellites

Another objective of the present addition to the patent 200300365 is the addition, within the microprocessor system of control, of an intelligent software system, based on a expert system and in neural networks, for the analysis and electrocardiographic signal processing, discriminating between a plurality of possible predefined cardiac pathologies. This system allows to detect one of these possible cardiac pathologies predefined by a detection and recognition algorithm of heart disease, in this way the Mobile System only transmits to the server center when it detects a cardiac pathology. This algorithm will have several levels of detection that can be configured from the Control Center, from where the different types of cardiac pathologies to monitor particularly in each patient.

Another objective of the present addition to the patent 200300365 is to add an encryption phase by means of timely keys and data compression before its transmission. Encryption ensures authentication of a patient at the remote end and the issuer's certification, establishing a secure communication and therefore guaranteeing Secret and privacy of communication. The compression of data allows you to optimize the bandwidth of the transmitted signal, using less time for its transmission, with which the Communication is faster and more efficient. This encryption phase and compression of the data to be transmitted can be done both by a hardware module, as per software as a part of the software implemented in the microprocessor control system.

Finally we will quote another objective of the present addition to patent 200300365, consisting of the Mobile System is equipped with the capacity to use specific electrodes for veterinary use, recording multiple leads in the input signal, thus allowing the use of the 200300365 Patent System to control sick animals, which expands its range of use to different branches of veterinary medicine or zoology.

To better understand the purpose of this invention, an embodiment has been shown in the attached drawing preferential practice of it. In said plane the figure (1) shows a block diagram corresponding to the Mobile System that incorporates all the improvements described in this report.

The Mobile System (1) that each patient carries It consists basically of electrodes (7), in variable number although preferably three, to collect differential measurements of the patient. These electrodes are connected by a circuit of adaptation (8). This adaptation circuit (8) is adapted to be able to accept specific electrodes (7) for both human use and animal, thus enabling for the system both the medical application such as veterinary, registering a plurality of Input signal leads. The adaptation circuit (8) goes followed by a part (9) of Data Acquisition that is responsible for filtering and conversion of signals to be sent to the system microprocessor (10). This microprocessor system (10) is the one that will handle most of the control and packaging tasks of the data and control of the system, for it uses a system intelligent software (18) based on neural networks, for the analysis and processing of the electrocardiographic signal, and account with auxiliary memories (11) of the EEPROM type for storage of constants and system data, and (12) of the type RAM for temporary storage of variable data captured and waiting to be transmitted.

The Mobile System (1) also has a module GPS (17) of reduced size, low consumption and with integrated antenna, independent of the main communications antenna. The module of control (10) of the Mobile System (1) will control the activation of the GPS module (17) in order to locate the patient only when necessary.

At the output of the microprocessor system (10) of control finds the encryption and compression module (19) of the data before transmission. Like we have already said previously this phase of encryption and compression of the data to transmitting can be done interchangeably by a module hardware independent (19), or by software as one more part of the software (18) implemented in the microprocessor system (10) of control. Below is a mobile radio modem (13) of the type GPRS class B, for simultaneous use with digital data and voice. To this modem (13) you can connect a microphone (15) and a speaker (16) to perform voice communication.

The entire system is powered by a unit of power supply (14), preferably of the type based on rechargeable batteries or similar. The reduced consumption of the System Mobile, together with an adequate minimization of the energy field of the system allows to achieve a great autonomy of operation of the system.

A description is voluntarily omitted detailed of the rest of particularities of the system that is presented or of the component elements that integrate it, because we estimate by our part that the rest of these particularities are not object of any claim.

Once nature is sufficiently described of the present invention, as well as a way of putting it into practice, we only have to add that as a whole and parts that make up, it is possible to introduce changes of form, of material, of provision, as long as these alterations do not vary substantially the nature of the invention claimed in continuation:

Claims (6)

1. Addition to the 200300365 Patent for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", of the type used for the transmission and remote control of the electrocardiographic data of a patient, characterized by the use as an integral part of the Mobile System (1) of a GPS module (17) of reduced size, low consumption and with integrated antenna, its activation being controlled by the control module (10) of the Mobile System (1).
2. Addition to Patent 200300365 for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", of the type used for the transmission and remote control of electrocardiographic data of a patient, characterized by the use as an integral part of the Mobile System (1) of a specific software (18), based on an expert system and neural networks, for the microprocessor control system (10).
3. Addition to Patent 200300365 for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", according to claim 2, characterized by the discrimination between a plurality of possible predefined cardiac pathologies performed by the specific software (18).
4. Addition to the 200300365 Patent for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", according to claims 2 and 3, characterized in that the detection of each of the possible predefined cardiac pathologies is carried out by means of an algorithm for detection and recognition of heart diseases implemented in the specific software (18).
5. Addition to the 200300365 Patent for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", according to claims 2 to 4, characterized in that the heart disease detection and recognition algorithm implemented in the specific software (18) can be configured remotely from a Center of Remote control.
6. Addition to the 200300365 Patent for "Transtelephonic Electrocardiographic Monitoring System", of the type used for the transmission and remote control of the electrocardiographic data of a patient, characterized in that the adaptation circuit (8) placed in the Mobile System (1) is adapted to accept specific electrodes (7) for both human and animal use, registering a plurality of input signal leads.
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