Cardiac Mechanical Signals

Ramon Casanella, Farzad Khosrow-khavar, Samuel Schmidt, John Zanetti, Kouhyar Tavakolian

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Abstract

Over the past century, extensive research has been conducted on interpretation of vibration signals created by the heart and their potential use in noninvasive cardiology. Today, new microelectronics and signal processing technologies have provided unprecedented opportunities to reintroduce some of these techniques as useful cardiovascular assessment tools. The purpose of this book chapter is to review these recent efforts and to study these signals in two categories of local pulses and whole-body signals. The present challenges and opportunities in the field are also investigated.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCardiovascular Computing—Methodologies and Clinical Applications
EditorsSpyretta Golemati, Konstantina S. Nikita
Number of pages17
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherSpringer
Publication date13 Feb 2019
Pages63-79
ISBN (Print)978-981-10-5091-6
ISBN (Electronic)978-981-10-5092-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Feb 2019
SeriesSeries in BioEngineering (SERBIOENG)
ISSN2196-8861

Keywords

  • Cardiovascular Informatics
  • Telemetry
  • Cardiovascular Sensing Informatics
  • Cardiovascular Risk Prediction
  • Cardiac Signal Modeling

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Casanella, R., Khosrow-khavar, F., Schmidt, S., Zanetti, J., & Tavakolian, K. (2019). Cardiac Mechanical Signals. In S. Golemati, & K. S. Nikita (Eds.), Cardiovascular Computing—Methodologies and Clinical Applications (pp. 63-79). Singapore: Springer. Series in BioEngineering (SERBIOENG) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5092-3_3
Casanella, Ramon ; Khosrow-khavar, Farzad ; Schmidt, Samuel ; Zanetti, John ; Tavakolian, Kouhyar. / Cardiac Mechanical Signals. Cardiovascular Computing—Methodologies and Clinical Applications. editor / Spyretta Golemati ; Konstantina S. Nikita. Singapore : Springer, 2019. pp. 63-79 (Series in BioEngineering (SERBIOENG)).
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Casanella, R, Khosrow-khavar, F, Schmidt, S, Zanetti, J & Tavakolian, K 2019, Cardiac Mechanical Signals. in S Golemati & KS Nikita (eds), Cardiovascular Computing—Methodologies and Clinical Applications. Springer, Singapore, Series in BioEngineering (SERBIOENG), pp. 63-79. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-5092-3_3

Cardiac Mechanical Signals. / Casanella, Ramon; Khosrow-khavar, Farzad; Schmidt, Samuel; Zanetti, John; Tavakolian, Kouhyar.

Cardiovascular Computing—Methodologies and Clinical Applications. ed. / Spyretta Golemati; Konstantina S. Nikita. Singapore : Springer, 2019. p. 63-79 (Series in BioEngineering (SERBIOENG)).

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