Early Access Background: The objective of this pilot study was to assess the safety and efficacy of VitalFlow stimulation in aSAH patients with vasospasm for the purpose of guiding the design of larger, controlled studies in vasospasm patients, a largely untreated condition .
Early Access Background: EEG signals are extremely complex in comparison to other biomedical signals, thus require an efficient feature selection as well as classification approach. Traditional feature extraction and classification methods require to reshape the data into vectors that results in losing the structural information exist in the original featured matrix.
Early Access Objective: Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a serious neurodegenerative disorder. It is reported that most of PD patients have voice impairments. But these voice impairments are not perceptible to common listeners.
Early Access Accurate gating for data acquisition of computed tomography (CT) is crucial to obtaining high quality images for diagnosing cardiovascular diseases. To illustrate the feasibility of an optimized cardiac gating strategy, we present a near real-time implementation based on fusing seismocardiography (SCG) and ECG.
Early Access The solid stress (SSg) that develops inside a cancer is an important marker of the cancer’s growth, invasion and metastasis. Currently, there are no non-invasive methods to image SSg inside tumors. In this paper, we develop a new, non-invasive and cost-effective imaging method to assess SSg inside tumors that uses ultrasound poroelastography.
Early Access This paper shows the application of machine learning techniques to predict hematic parameters using blood visible spectra during ex-vivo treatments. A spectroscopic setup was prepared for acquisition of blood absorbance spectrum and tested in an operational environment.
Early Access Background In classical approaches for an artificial pancreas, continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) is the only measured variable used for insulin dosing and additional control functions. The CGM values are subject to time delays and slow dynamics between blood and the sensing location. These time lags compromise the controller’s performance in maintaining (near to) normal glucose levels…
Lighting is a strong synchronizer for circadian rhythms, which in turn drives a wide range of biological functions. The objective of our work is a) to construct a clinical in-patient testbed with smart lighting, and b) evaluate its feasibility for use in future clinical studies.
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