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Over the past three decades, the exploding number of new technologies and applications introduced in medical practice, often powered by advances in biosignal processing and biomedical imaging, created an amazing account of new possibilities for diagnosis and therapy, but also raised major questions of appropriateness and safety. The accelerated development in this field, alongside with the promotion of electronic health care solutions, is often on the basis of an uncontrolled diffusion and use of medical technology. The emergence and use of medical devices is multiplied rapidly and today there…mehr

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Over the past three decades, the exploding number of new technologies and applications introduced in medical practice, often powered by advances in biosignal processing and biomedical imaging, created an amazing account of new possibilities for diagnosis and therapy, but also raised major questions of appropriateness and safety. The accelerated development in this field, alongside with the promotion of electronic health care solutions, is often on the basis of an uncontrolled diffusion and use of medical technology. The emergence and use of medical devices is multiplied rapidly and today there exist more than one million different products available on the world market. Despite the fact that the rising cost of health care, partly resulting from the new emerging technological applications, forms the most serious and urgent problem for many governments today, another important concern is that of patient safety and user protection, issues that should never be compromised and expelled from the Biomedical Engineering research practice agenda.
  • Produktdetails
  • IFMBE Proceedings Vol.29
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 80014558
  • Seitenzahl: 1000
  • Erscheinungstermin: 17. Juni 2010
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 284mm x 217mm x 60mm
  • Gewicht: 2608g
  • ISBN-13: 9783642130380
  • ISBN-10: 3642130380
  • Artikelnr.: 29562047
Inhaltsangabe
Biosignal Processing.- Quantitative Analysis of Two-Dimensional Catch-Up Saccades Executed to the Target Jumps in the Time-Continuous Trajectory.- Spike Sorting based on Dominant-Sets clustering.- Differentiation of human bone marrow stromal cells onto gelatin cryogel scaffolds.- Simples Coherence vs. Multiple Coherence: A Somatosensory Evoked Response Detection Investigation.- Measure of Similarity of ECG Cycles.- Wavelet phase synchronization between EHGs at different uterine sites: comparison of pregnancy and labor contractions.- Dynamic Generation of Physiological Model Systems.- Random Forest-Based Classification of Heart Rate Variability Signals by Using Combinations of Linear and Nonlinear Features.- Validation of MRS metabolic markers in the classification of brain gliomas and their correlation to energy metabolism.- Event-Related Synchronization/Desynchronization for Evaluating Cortical Response Detection Induced by Dynamic Visual Stimuli.- Investigating the EEG Alpha Band during Kinesthetic and Visual Motor Imagery of the Spike Volleyball Movement.- Principal Components Clustering through a Variance-Defined Metric.- A Kurtosis-Based Automatic System Using Naïve Bayesian Classifier to Identify ICA Components Contaminated by EOG or ECG Artifacts.- Correlation between Fractal Behavior of HRV and Neurohormonal and Functional Indexes in Chronic Heart Failure.- On the Selection of Time Interval and Frequency Range of EEG Signal Preprocessing for P300 Brain-Computer Interfacing.- Development of a Simple and Cheap Device for Movement Analysis.- Signal Peptide Prediction in Single Transmembrane Proteins Using the Continuous Wavelet Transform.- Comparison of AM-FM Features with Standard Features for the Classification of Surface Electromyographic Signals.- Studying Brain Visuo-Tactile Integration through Cross-Spectral Analysis of Human MEG Recordings.- Patient-specific seizure prediction using a multi-feature and multi-modal EEG-ECG classification.- Horizontal Directionality Characteristics of the Bat Head-Related Transfer Function.- Assessment of Human Performance during High-Speed Marine Craft Transit.- Effects of Electrochemotherapy on Microcirculatory Vasomotion in Tumors.- Non-linear modeling of cerebral autoregulation using cascade models.- The Epsilon-Skew-Normal dictionary for the decomposition of single- and multichannel biomedical recordings using Matching Pursuit algorithms.- On the Empirical Mode Decomposition Performance in White Gaussian Noise Biomedical Signals.- Simulation of Biomechanical Experiments in OpenSim.- Comparing Sensorimotor Cortex Activation during Actual and Imaginary Movement.- Graph Analysis on Functional Connectivity Networks during an Emotional Paradigm.- MORFEAS: A Non-Invasive System for automated Sleep Apnea Detection utilizing Snore Sound Analysis.- Improved Optical Method for Measuring Concentration of Uric Acid Removed during Dialysis.- Correlations between Longitudinal Corneal Apex Displacement, Head Movements and Pulsatile Blood Flow.- THE ANALOG PROCESSING AND DIGITAL RECORDING OF ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNALS.- Parameter Selection in Approximate and Sample Entropy-Complexity of Acute and Chronic Stress Response.- The Importance of Uterine Contractions Extraction in Evaluation of the Progress of Labour by Calculating the Values of Sample Entropy from Uterine Electromyogram.- Simultaneous Pneumo- and Photoplethysmographic Recording of Oscillometric Envelopes Applying a Local Pad-Type Cuff on the Radial Artery.- Estimation of Mean Radial Blood Pressure in Critically Ill Patients.- Photoplethysmographic Assessment of the Pressure-Compliance Relationship for the Radial Artery.- High Frequency Acoustic Properties for Cutaneous Cell Carcinomas In Vitro.- Gender-related Effects of Carbohydrate Ingestion and Hypoxia on Heart Rate Variability: Linear and Non-linear Analysis.- On the analysis of dynamic lung mechanics separately in ins- and expiration.- Clinical Validation of an Algorithm f