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beat

(Defeat), verb be superior, be supreme, be victoriius over, bring to terms, checkmate, claim a victory, crush, dash, discomfit, excel, get the best of, get thebetter of, have the advantage, hold the advantage, lay waste, obtain a victory, outclass, outdo, outflank, outmaneuver, outpoint, outrange, outrival, overbear, overbid, overmaster, overmatch, overpower, override, overrake, overthrow, overtrump, overwhelm, predominate, preponderate, prevail over, put to rout, quell, ravage, repulse, rout, seize the advantage, subdue, subjugate, succeed in winning, superare, suppress, surmount, surpass, take precedence, thwart, trample upon, transcend, triumph over, undo, upset, vanquish, vincere, win the battle

beat

(Pulsate), verb alternate, come and go, convulse, ebb and flow, falter, flicker, flitter, fluctuate, flutter, move up and down, oscillate, palpitate, pass and repass, pendulate, pound, pulse, quake, quaver, quiver, reciprocate, seesaw, shake, shiver, shuffle, strike, sway, swing, teeter, throb, thump, toss, tremble, undulate, vacillate, vibrate, wave, waver, writhe

beat

(Strike), verb abuse, afflict, attack, baste, bastinado, batter, bruise, buffet, caedere, club, concuss, contund, cudgel, cuff, ferire, fight, flagellate, flail, flog, fustigate, give a blow, give a thrashing, hit, inflict, kick, knock down, lambaste, land a blow, lash, lunge at, maul, pelt, percutere, pound, pulsare, pummel, punch, punish, rap, slam, slap, slug, smack, smite, swing, thrash, thresh, trounce, verberare, whip
Associated concepts: assault, assault and battery, battery
See also: assault, attack, defeat, kill, lash, oscillate, outweigh, overcome, overwhelm, stress, strike, subdue, subjugate, surmount, surpass, territory, upset
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AAMI classes MITDB/SVDB classes Total Nonectopic beat (N) NOR, LBBB, RBBB, AE, NE 30929 Supraventricular APC, AP, APB, NP, SP 1538 ectopic beat (S) Ventricular ectopic PVC, VE, VF 2035 beat (V) Fusion beat (F) F 14 Unknown beat (Q) UN, FPN, PACE, | 1329 Table 2: A summary of performance analysis of the proposed method on each arrhythmia class in the "class-oriented" scheme.
There are two main sources of possible errors in ARH detection/classification: outliers and ectopic beats. The ECG signals are usually filtered by hardware methods and the basic notch filter for 50 Hz frequency is used to remove the power line interference.
Clinically, supraventricular ectopic beats (SVEB) and ventricular ectopic beats (VEB) are two critically abnormal and serious heartbeats, and the performance of the classifiers also was elevated by testing S and V heartbeat classification [9, 10, 15].
Ectopic beats can occur in a heart that is otherwise functioning normally and causes no symptoms.
Caption: Figure 2--Electrocardiogram revealing T-wave inversions in leads V2 to V4 with ventricular ectopic beats
Of them, Holter recording was normal in 5(33.33%) patients, monomorphic PVCs in 3(20%), SVT and atrial ectopic beats in 2(13.33%) while VT, polymorphic PVCs and atrial ectopic tachycardia was present in 1(6.67%) case each.
24 hour ECG Holter monitoring has shown stable sinus rhythm with an average of 67 beats per minute (minimum of 60 beats per minute and maximum 87 beats per minute), diffuse variable ST segment depressions and negative T waves, rare and isolated supraventricular and ventricular ectopic beats, with uniform distribution between active and passive periods.
(3) Specific arrhythmias included atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, supraventricular tachycardia, ventricular tachycardia, sinus bradycardia, ectopic beats, and sudden cardiac death.
rapid regular, rapid irregular, slow regular, slow irregular, ectopic beats, missed beats or strong beats.