Multichannel Measurement and Analysis of the Cardiac Electric Field

Multichannel Measurement and Analysis of the Cardiac Electric Field Peter Kneppo, Milan TySler Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Sciences D bravsk cesta 9, 842 19 Bratislava, Slovakia INTRODUCTION: Multichannel measurements of cardiac signals contribute to more detailed knowledge about the cardiac electric Held [4]. Analysis and topographic Pr sentation of this Information can be a valuable tool for nonivasive diagnostics of the heart state [3]. Technology of personal Computers brings new possibilities to cardiac electric field studies. Detailed Information about myocardium activation obtained form the torso surface by mapping techniques can be compared with simulated data where models of heart activation are used in forward and inverse compulations, A personal Computer based flexible measuring and processing System CardioPC was developed to enable the use of mapping techniques in electrophysiological and clinical studies. Its hardware and Software enables recording and processing of heart electrograms or surface ecg signals. Body surface potential mapping, integral mapping or departure integral mapping is possible from a 24-lead system [1] and two 32-lead Systems [3, 5]. Using additional Software, forward Simulation of body surface potential maps (BSPMs) or potentials on an arbitrary surface within the torso is possible using the boundary element method. The myocardium depolarization spreading through the cardiac muscle http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineering de Gruyter

Multichannel Measurement and Analysis of the Cardiac Electric Field

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de Gruyter
Copyright
Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
ISSN
0013-5585
eISSN
1862-278X
DOI
10.1515/bmte.1993.38.s1.103
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Abstract

Peter Kneppo, Milan TySler Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak Academy of Sciences D bravsk cesta 9, 842 19 Bratislava, Slovakia INTRODUCTION: Multichannel measurements of cardiac signals contribute to more detailed knowledge about the cardiac electric Held [4]. Analysis and topographic Pr sentation of this Information can be a valuable tool for nonivasive diagnostics of the heart state [3]. Technology of personal Computers brings new possibilities to cardiac electric field studies. Detailed Information about myocardium activation obtained form the torso surface by mapping techniques can be compared with simulated data where models of heart activation are used in forward and inverse compulations, A personal Computer based flexible measuring and processing System CardioPC was developed to enable the use of mapping techniques in electrophysiological and clinical studies. Its hardware and Software enables recording and processing of heart electrograms or surface ecg signals. Body surface potential mapping, integral mapping or departure integral mapping is possible from a 24-lead system [1] and two 32-lead Systems [3, 5]. Using additional Software, forward Simulation of body surface potential maps (BSPMs) or potentials on an arbitrary surface within the torso is possible using the boundary element method. The myocardium depolarization spreading through the cardiac muscle

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Biomedizinische Technik / Biomedical Engineeringde Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1993

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