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A novel impedance cardiograph event detection method using wavelet transform is proposed. When compared to the C and E points in the pressure–volume loop, the wavelet method performs significantly better than the traditional method ( P <0.05) in the B and X points detection even after the...
A parallel supercomputer model based on realistic tissue data is developed for sound propagation in the human thorax and the sound propagation behavior is analyzed under various conditions using artificial sound sources. The model uses the Visible Human® 1 1 An anatomical data set developed...
A simple, contactless electromagnetic transducer design for implantable hearing aids is investigated. It consists of a coil and a permanent magnet, both of which are intended for implantation in the middle ear. The transducer is modeled and optimized using computer simulations, followed by...
Protein interaction networks provide us with contextual information within which protein function can be interpreted and will assist many biomedical studies. We have developed a new force-directed layout algorithm for visualizing protein interactions in three-dimensional space. Our algorithm...
The Internet provides patients, families, and health providers with unparalleled opportunities to learn, inform, and communicate with one another. This paper is a review of studies that have evaluated the impact of professionally facilitated Internet-based programs for diverse clinical...
No quantitative data are reported in the literature regarding the orientation of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) fibers during passive range of motion. In this study we performed an original qualitative and quantitative analysis in eight cadaver knees, examining ACL elongation and 3D...
Cluster randomized trials, where individuals are randomized in groups are increasingly being used in healthcare evaluation. The adoption of a clustered design has implications for design, conduct and analysis of studies. In particular, standard sample sizes have to be inflated for cluster...
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