Analysis of Lung Diseases and Detecting Deformities in Human Lung by Classifying Lung Sounds | Abstract

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Analysis of Lung Diseases and Detecting Deformities in Human Lung by Classifying Lung Sounds

Abstract

Auscaltation is a skill that requires substantial clinical experience, a fine stethoscope and good listening skills. By listening to the lung sound, we would know what type of lung sound occurs such as: crackles, wheezes, stridor, rhonci etc. and identified which part of lung needs further investigation and treatment. However this diagnosis way depends heavily on the listening skills and judgement of the paramedics/doctors only. The timing, repeatability and shape of crackles are important parameters for diagnosis. In this paper we aim to classify crackles based on waveform features.

Jayant Mankar, Praveen Kumar Malviya

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