Design and Presenting of a Novel Algorithm Using Anfis for New Generation of Cardiac Pacemakers

Asghar Dabiri Aghdam, Nader Jafarnia Dabanloo, Gholamreza Attarodi, Mohammad Sattari, Nazanin Hemmati
2017 2017 Computing in Cardiology Conference (CinC)  
This paper presents a new intelligent control algorithm using Anfis (Adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system) for new generation of Cardiac Pacemakers. Anfis uses both merits of Fuzzy and Neural networks (Learning and speed). Based on various states of body (rest, walking and exercising) and preprogramed states of patient (Sex, age, blood pressure) heart rate and amplitude of exciting pulses will be changed. A feedback from output ECG signal fed back and compared in Anfis controller. Anfis
more » ... d with other fuzzy control algorithms provides better control scheme for estimation and generation of pacing pulse parameters including rate and amplitude. Accelerometer sensors and HRV and GSR are used for stabilization of ECG signal during the three body states [1]. Old designs of pacemakers cannot solve problems but Fuzzy can do the job very fast and accurately. Anfis method designed externally regarding patient conditions and normal ECG signals data captured from a known database (based on age and sex of patient) then calculated in MATLAB (Simulink) and programmed directly or wirelessly by ultrasound signals (a novel proposed method). Previous researches [4-19-20] are based on fuzzy PID and fuzzy logic controller in patients with cardiovascular diseases. Anfis controller offers good adaptation of the heart rate and other ECG parameters to the physiological needs of patient.
doi:10.22489/cinc.2017.110-367 dblp:conf/cinc/AghdamDASH17 fatcat:ti47h3tze5ea5esmhh2g4q23za