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  • The Psychophysiological Implications of Soundscape: A Systematic Review of Empirical Literature and a Research Agenda. [Review]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(19)Erfanian M, Mitchell AJ, … Aletta F
  • The soundscape is defined by the International Standard Organization (ISO) 12913-1 as the human's perception of the acoustic environment, in context, accompanying physiological and psychological responses. Previous research is synthesized with studies designed to investigate soundscape at the 'unconscious' level in an effort to more specifically conceptualize biomarkers of the soundscape. This re…
  • Young Patients with Unknown Stroke and Little P Wave in ECG. [Case Reports]
    Int Heart J 2019; 60(5):1192-1195Chen YH, Chen YY, … Xiao FY
  • Here we report two young patients with atrial fibrillation/atrial flutter complicated with cardiogenic cerebral embolism. Electrophysiological study revealed a large area of low-voltage zone or area of electric silence in both sides of the atrium during restoration of sinus rhythm, and the echocardiogram showed loss of mechanical function of the atrium. The electrical-mechanical dysfunction of th…
  • Comparison of Different Electrocardiography with Vectorcardiography Transformations. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel) 2019; 19(14)Jaros R, Martinek R, Danys L
  • This paper deals with transformations from electrocardiographic (ECG) to vectorcardiographic (VCG) leads. VCG provides better sensitivity, for example for the detection of myocardial infarction, ischemia, and hypertrophy. However, in clinical practice, measurement of VCG is not usually used because it requires additional electrodes placed on the patient's body. Instead, mathematical transformatio…
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