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Suppressing Motion Artifact In Cardiac Electrical Optical Mapping

Originální název

Suppressing Motion Artifact In Cardiac Electrical Optical Mapping

Anglický název

Suppressing Motion Artifact In Cardiac Electrical Optical Mapping

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Optical mapping using membrane potential-sensitive fluorescent dyes provides a means of recording electrical activation on the heart surface with high spatial resolution. However, in order to interpret these data, it is necessary to correct for artifact introduced by heart wall motion. This paper describes a novel ratiometric technique that enables electrical activity on the heart surface to be reconstructed in the absence of pharmacological uncouplers commonly used to minimize heart wall motion. The new technique brings the advantage of ratiometry which is commonly used on single fiber system also to the 2D video system.

Anglický abstrakt

Optical mapping using membrane potential-sensitive fluorescent dyes provides a means of recording electrical activation on the heart surface with high spatial resolution. However, in order to interpret these data, it is necessary to correct for artifact introduced by heart wall motion. This paper describes a novel ratiometric technique that enables electrical activity on the heart surface to be reconstructed in the absence of pharmacological uncouplers commonly used to minimize heart wall motion. The new technique brings the advantage of ratiometry which is commonly used on single fiber system also to the 2D video system.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT33913,
  author="Martin {Švrček} and Andy {Chen} and Sally {Rutherford} and Jiří {Sekora} and Ivo {Provazník} and Bruce {Smaill}",
  title="Suppressing Motion Artifact In Cardiac Electrical Optical Mapping",
  annote="Optical mapping using membrane potential-sensitive fluorescent dyes provides a means of recording electrical activation on the heart surface with high spatial resolution. However, in order to interpret these data, it is necessary to correct for artifact introduced by heart wall motion. This paper describes a novel ratiometric technique that enables electrical activity on the heart surface to be reconstructed in the absence of pharmacological uncouplers commonly used to minimize heart wall motion. The new technique brings the advantage of ratiometry which is commonly used on single fiber system also to the 2D video system.",
  address="VUT v Brně",
  booktitle="Analysis of biomedical signals and images",
  chapter="33913",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="VUT v Brně",
  year="2010",
  month="june",
  pages="148--153",
  publisher="VUT v Brně",
  type="conference paper"
}