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Title Cardiovascular computing--methodologies and clinical applications / editors, Spyretta Golemati and Konstantina S. Nikita.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, [2019]

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Series Series in BioEngineering, 2196-887X.
Series in bioengineering.
Subject Cardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Diagnosis -- Technological innovations.
Cardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Treatment -- Technological innovations.
Alt Name Golemati, Spyretta,
Nikita, Konstantina S.,
Description 1 online resource.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed February 14, 2019).
Contents Intro; Preface; Contents; Cardiovascular Physiology: Basic Principles and Measurement; Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology: Basic Principles and Challenges; 1 Basic Principles of Cardiovascular Anatomy and Physiology; 2 Challenges in Cardiovascular Medicine; References; Current and Emerging Technologies for Cardiovascular Imaging; 1 Introduction; 2 Conventional Radiography (X-Ray) Applications in Cardiovascular Imaging and Intervention; 2.1 X-Rays: Basic Physics; 2.2 X-Rays: Heart and Thoracic Aorta; 2.3 X-Rays: Coronary Arteries; 2.4 X-Rays: Carotid Arteries; 3 Computed Tomography-CT
3.1 CT: Basic Physics3.2 CT: Temporal Resolution; 3.3 CT: Spatial Resolution; 3.4 CT: Low Contrast Resolution; 3.5 CT: ECG Monitoring; 3.6 CT: Coronary Artery Disease; 3.7 CT: Cardiac Morphology; 3.8 CT: Aorta, Pulmonary Artery and Carotid Artery; 3.9 CT: Evolving Applications; 4 Nuclear Medicine; 4.1 Nuclear Medicine: Radionuclides; 4.2 Nuclear Medicine: Attenuation Correction; 4.3 Nuclear Medicine: Gated Images and ECG Triggering; 4.4 Nuclear Medicine: The SPECT Scanner; 4.5 Nuclear Medicine: The PET Scanner; 5 Ultrasound; 5.1 Ultrasound: Basic Physics; 5.2 Ultrasound: Doppler Imaging
5.3 Ultrasound: Clinical Examination5.4 Ultrasound: Evolving Applications; 6 MRI: Physics; 7 MRI: Physics-Magnetic; 8 MRI: Physics-Resonance; 9 MRI: Physics-Imaging; 10 MRI: Cardiovascular Imaging; 11 MRI: The Emergence of Sparse Imaging in Cardiovascular Disease Diagnostics; 12 Emerging Technologies; 13 Emerging Technologies: Coronary Imaging; 14 Emerging Technologies: Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS); 15 Emerging Technologies: Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT); 16 Emerging Technologies: Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS); 17 Emerging Technologies: Molecular Imaging
18 Emerging Technologies: Fluorescence Tomography Imaging (FTI)19 Emerging Technologies: Magnetomotive Ultrasound (MMUS); References; Analysis of Cardiovascular Signals; Cardiac Mechanical Signals; 1 Introduction; 2 Different Categories of Cardiac Mechanical Signals; 2.1 Local Pulses; 2.2 Whole Body Signals; 3 Clinical Applications; 3.1 Heart Failure and Cardiac Pacing; 3.2 Coronary Artery Disease and Ischemic Heart Disease; 3.3 Hemodynamic Parameters; 4 Analysis Methods; 4.1 Overview of Cardio-Mechanical Delineation Algorithms
4.2 Case Study-Seismocardiography Delineation to Extract Systolic Time Intervals5 Limitations and Future Prospective; 5.1 Local Pulses; 5.2 Whole-Body Signals; References; Time-Domain Analysis of the Electrocardiogram; 1 Introduction; 2 The ECG Signal and its Nature; 2.1 ECG Recordings; 2.2 ECG Fiducial Points; 2.3 The Challenges of ECG Analysis in the Time-Domain; 3 Types of Time-Domain Analysis; 3.1 ECG Preprocessing and Denoising Fiducial Point Extraction; 3.2 Signal Averaged ECG Versus Beat to Beat Analysis; 3.3 Heart Rate and Its Variability; 4 Methods and Clinical Use
Summary This book provides a comprehensive guide to the state-of-the-art in cardiovascular computing and highlights novel directions and challenges in this constantly evolving multidisciplinary field. The topics covered span a wide range of methods and clinical applications of cardiovascular computing, including advanced technologies for the acquisition and analysis of signals and images, cardiovascular informatics, and mathematical and computational modeling.
ISBN 9789811050923 (electronic bk.)
9811050929 (electronic bk.)
9811050910
9789811050916
9789811050930 (print)
9811050937
9789811050916
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-10-5092-3
OCLC # 1085542175
Additional Format Printed edition: 9789811050916.
Printed edition: 9789811050930.


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