Asked 17th May, 2018

Where can I find a data-set of ECG signals that is classified into Emotions?

A data-set of ECG signals classified into emotions such as anger, joy, sadness, pleasure.

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Development of ECG changes in young algerian soccer player
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  • Benito Jonas BaldaufBenito Jonas Baldauf
Recently a young algerian soccer Player (15 yrs; 181cm, 70Kg) presented with the following ECG changes he had developed over the past three years (see PDF file EKGtg). Note preterminal T to T-Inversion alongside with elevated j-point at times (fragmenting).
There's no history of fainting or diziness during exercise or stress, no pectangina, no shortness of breath, no palpiation during rest, no tachycardia during rest, nor family history of sudden cardiac death.
During exercise testing ECG seemingly develops worsening of ST-segment depression (at times descending) with what seems to be normal T configuration in the leads II, III, aVF, V4-V6, only to normalize post exercise and then 4 minutes after testing change to the state as seen in ECG during rest.
Echocardiography was conducted showing normal configuration especially of RV with normal excursion, RVOT was 17mm showing no gradient, no pouches, no aneurysms, no valvular anormalities, no diastolic dysfunction (see attached file)
3-lead 24-h-holter was conducted showing SR with normal heartrate variation, no supra- or ventricular tachycardia, rarely ectopic beats (5 ES, 10 VES and 82 SVES), no blocks, no afib.
Cardiac MRI was conducted showing no major ARVD criterion (see attached files).
In general we think this is a rare documentation of development of ARVD with starting LV participation in the ECG prior to visible correlate in MRI. We changed intervall of visit to 6 month and will conduct cardiac MRI on a 12 month basis. After thorough discussion we did approve to FIFA licensing.
I would like to hear your opinion, thoughts, hints on this case.

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