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Removing piston-driven mechanical chest compression artefacts from the ECG
(CinC Computing In Cardiology, 2017)
Piston-driven mechanical chest compression (CC) devices induce a quasi-periodic artefact in the ECG, making rhythm diagnosis unreliable. Data from 230 out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) patients were collected in which ...
An Accurate Shock Advise Algorithm for Use During Piston-Driven Chest Compressions
Mechanically delivered chest compressions induce artifacts in the ECG that can lead to an incorrect diagnosis of the shock advice algorithms implemented in the defibrillators. This forces the rescuer to stop cardiopulmonary ...
Clinical long-term nocturnal sleeping disturbances and excessive daytime sleepiness in Parkinson's disease
Objective To prospectively evaluate nocturnal sleep problems and excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients, and analyze the influence of motor symptoms, treatment, and sex differences on sleep ...
Influencia de la frecuencia respiratoria inducida en los valores HRV
(Servicio Editorial de la Universidad del País VascoEuskal Herriko Unibertsitateko Argitalpen Zerbitzua, 2017)
The study of Place Cells, hippocampal neurons tuned to spatial locations in the environment, is central to elucidate how the brain encodes and retrieves spatial information. Advances in genetic and imaging technologies ...
Spatial characterization of the effect of age and sex on macular layer thicknesses and foveal pit morphology
Characterizing the effect of age and sex on macular retinal layer thicknesses and foveal pit morphology is crucial to differentiating between natural and disease-related changes. We applied advanced image analysis techniques ...