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comment Is a raised baseline between T and QRS normal in any ECG lead?
Thanks! Then I know that the TP elevation is fine. About the ST depression, is it clear because there's a large vertical distance between the isoelectrical line (measured at P onset) and right after S, or also because of the horizontal ST segment?
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comment Is a raised baseline between T and QRS normal in any ECG lead?
@jonsca: Thanks a lot, I missed that! It didn't change the signal very much, but there was a clear spike at 60 Hz there before. Smoothed notched 1 and 2
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comment Is a raised baseline between T and QRS normal in any ECG lead?
@jonsca: Ok, looks like I had highpassed it at 0.5 Hz.
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comment Is a raised baseline between T and QRS normal in any ECG lead?
@jonsca: I've applied a 5-point moving average. As there was no baseline drift I don't think I had applied any other filters, so that would be from the data acquisition tool. It was sampled at 360 Hz. Here are the non-averaged graphs for these intervals: 80-92 sec, 88-90 sec
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comment Is a raised baseline between T and QRS normal in any ECG lead?
Also, I should note that I'm quite inexperienced when it comes to cardiology, so this is probably a basic question -- so don't upvote me too much :)
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asked Is a raised baseline between T and QRS normal in any ECG lead?