|HRV-ACC: a dataset with R-R intervals and accelerometer data for the diagnosis of psychotic disorders using a Polar H10 wearable sensor
|Książek K, Masarczyk W, Głomb P, Romaszewski M, Stokłosa I, Ścisło P, Dębski P, Pudlo R, Gorczyca P, Piegza M
The issue of diagnosing psychotic diseases, including schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, in particular, the objectification of symptom severity assessment, is still a problem requiring the attention of researchers. Two measures that can be helpful in patient diagnosis are heart rate variability calculated based on electrocardiographic signal and accelerometer mobility data. The following dataset contains data from 30 psychiatric ward patients having schizophrenia or bipolar disorder and 30 healthy persons. The duration of the measurements for individuals was usually between 1.5 and 2 hours. R-R intervals necessary for heart rate variability calculation were collected simultaneously with accelerometer data using a wearable Polar H10 device. The Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) test was performed for each patient participating in the experiment, and its results were attached to the dataset. Furthermore, the code for loading and preprocessing data, as well as for statistical analysis, was included on the corresponding GitHub repository.