The main goal of the SCP-ECG standard is to address ECG data and related metadata structuring, semantics and syntax, with the objective of facilitating interoperability and thus supporting and promoting the exchange of the relevant information for unary and serial ECG diagnosis. Starting with version V3.0, the standard now also provides support for the storage of continuous, long-term ECG recordings and affords a repository for selected ECG sequences and the related metadata to accommodate stress tests, drug trials and protocol-based ECG recordings. The global and per-lead measurements sections have been extended and three new sections have been introduced for storing beat-by-beat and/or spike-by-spike measurements and annotations. The used terminology and the provided measurements and annotations have been harmonized with the ISO/IEEE 11073-10102 Annotated ECG standard. Emphasis has also been put on harmonizing the Universal Statement Codes with the CDISC and the categorized AHA statement codes and similarly the drug and implanted devices codes with the ATC and NASPE/BPEG codes.
|Titolo:||SCP-ECG V3.0: An enhanced Standard Communication Protocol for computer-assisted Electrocardiography|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Tipologia:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|