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A New Method for Respiratory-Volume Monitoring Based on Long-Period Fibre Gratings

Petrovic, Marija; Petrović, Jovana S.; Simic, Goran; Ilic, Igor; Daničić, Aleksandar; Vukcevic, Miodrag; Bojović, Boško P.; Hadžievski, Ljupčo; Allsop, Thomas P.; Webb, David J.

(2013)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Petrovic, Marija
AU  - Petrović, Jovana S.
AU  - Simic, Goran
AU  - Ilic, Igor
AU  - Daničić, Aleksandar
AU  - Vukcevic, Miodrag
AU  - Bojović, Boško P.
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
AU  - Allsop, Thomas P.
AU  - Webb, David J.
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/7036
AB  - Respiratory-volume monitoring is an indispensable part of mechanical ventilation. Here we present a new method of the respiratory-volume measurement based on a single fibre-optical long-period sensor of bending and the correlation between torso curvature and lung volume. Unlike the commonly used air-flow based measurement methods the proposed sensor is drift-free and immune to air-leaks. In the paper, we explain the working principle of sensors, a two-step calibration-test measurement procedure and present results that establish a linear correlation between the change in the local thorax curvature and the change of the lung volume. We also discuss the advantages and limitations of these sensors with respect to the current standards.
T1  - A New Method for Respiratory-Volume Monitoring Based on Long-Period Fibre Gratings
SP  - 2660
EP  - 2663
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Petrovic, Marija and Petrović, Jovana S. and Simic, Goran and Ilic, Igor and Daničić, Aleksandar and Vukcevic, Miodrag and Bojović, Boško P. and Hadžievski, Ljupčo and Allsop, Thomas P. and Webb, David J.",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Respiratory-volume monitoring is an indispensable part of mechanical ventilation. Here we present a new method of the respiratory-volume measurement based on a single fibre-optical long-period sensor of bending and the correlation between torso curvature and lung volume. Unlike the commonly used air-flow based measurement methods the proposed sensor is drift-free and immune to air-leaks. In the paper, we explain the working principle of sensors, a two-step calibration-test measurement procedure and present results that establish a linear correlation between the change in the local thorax curvature and the change of the lung volume. We also discuss the advantages and limitations of these sensors with respect to the current standards.",
title = "A New Method for Respiratory-Volume Monitoring Based on Long-Period Fibre Gratings",
pages = "2660-2663"
}
Petrovic, M., Petrović, J. S., Simic, G., Ilic, I., Daničić, A., Vukcevic, M., Bojović, B. P., Hadžievski, L., Allsop, T. P.,& Webb, D. J.. (2013). A New Method for Respiratory-Volume Monitoring Based on Long-Period Fibre Gratings. , 2660-2663.
Petrovic M, Petrović JS, Simic G, Ilic I, Daničić A, Vukcevic M, Bojović BP, Hadžievski L, Allsop TP, Webb DJ. A New Method for Respiratory-Volume Monitoring Based on Long-Period Fibre Gratings. 2013;:2660-2663..
Petrovic, Marija, Petrović, Jovana S., Simic, Goran, Ilic, Igor, Daničić, Aleksandar, Vukcevic, Miodrag, Bojović, Boško P., Hadžievski, Ljupčo, Allsop, Thomas P., Webb, David J., "A New Method for Respiratory-Volume Monitoring Based on Long-Period Fibre Gratings" (2013):2660-2663.
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A non-invasive LPG (long-period grating) fiber-optic sensing method for respiratory volume monitoring

Vukcevic, Miodrag; Bojović, Boško P.; Petrović, Marija; Petrović, Jovana S.; Daničić, Aleksandar; Simic, Goran; Hadžievski, Ljupčo

(2013)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Vukcevic, Miodrag
AU  - Bojović, Boško P.
AU  - Petrović, Marija
AU  - Petrović, Jovana S.
AU  - Daničić, Aleksandar
AU  - Simic, Goran
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2741
C3  - European Respiratory Journal
T1  - A non-invasive LPG (long-period grating) fiber-optic sensing method for respiratory volume monitoring
VL  - 42
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Vukcevic, Miodrag and Bojović, Boško P. and Petrović, Marija and Petrović, Jovana S. and Daničić, Aleksandar and Simic, Goran and Hadžievski, Ljupčo",
year = "2013",
journal = "European Respiratory Journal",
title = "A non-invasive LPG (long-period grating) fiber-optic sensing method for respiratory volume monitoring",
volume = "42"
}
Vukcevic, M., Bojović, B. P., Petrović, M., Petrović, J. S., Daničić, A., Simic, G.,& Hadžievski, L.. (2013). A non-invasive LPG (long-period grating) fiber-optic sensing method for respiratory volume monitoring. in European Respiratory Journal, 42.
Vukcevic M, Bojović BP, Petrović M, Petrović JS, Daničić A, Simic G, Hadžievski L. A non-invasive LPG (long-period grating) fiber-optic sensing method for respiratory volume monitoring. in European Respiratory Journal. 2013;42..
Vukcevic, Miodrag, Bojović, Boško P., Petrović, Marija, Petrović, Jovana S., Daničić, Aleksandar, Simic, Goran, Hadžievski, Ljupčo, "A non-invasive LPG (long-period grating) fiber-optic sensing method for respiratory volume monitoring" in European Respiratory Journal, 42 (2013).

An early non-invasive detection of the patient inspiratory effort for patient-ventilator synchronization

Vukcevic, Miodrag; Bojović, Boško P.; Petrović, Marija; Simic, Goran; Daničić, Aleksandar; Petrović, Jovana S.; Hadžievski, Ljupčo

(2013)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Vukcevic, Miodrag
AU  - Bojović, Boško P.
AU  - Petrović, Marija
AU  - Simic, Goran
AU  - Daničić, Aleksandar
AU  - Petrović, Jovana S.
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
PY  - 2013
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/2740
C3  - European Respiratory Journal
T1  - An early non-invasive detection of the patient inspiratory effort for patient-ventilator synchronization
VL  - 42
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Vukcevic, Miodrag and Bojović, Boško P. and Petrović, Marija and Simic, Goran and Daničić, Aleksandar and Petrović, Jovana S. and Hadžievski, Ljupčo",
year = "2013",
journal = "European Respiratory Journal",
title = "An early non-invasive detection of the patient inspiratory effort for patient-ventilator synchronization",
volume = "42"
}
Vukcevic, M., Bojović, B. P., Petrović, M., Simic, G., Daničić, A., Petrović, J. S.,& Hadžievski, L.. (2013). An early non-invasive detection of the patient inspiratory effort for patient-ventilator synchronization. in European Respiratory Journal, 42.
Vukcevic M, Bojović BP, Petrović M, Simic G, Daničić A, Petrović JS, Hadžievski L. An early non-invasive detection of the patient inspiratory effort for patient-ventilator synchronization. in European Respiratory Journal. 2013;42..
Vukcevic, Miodrag, Bojović, Boško P., Petrović, Marija, Simic, Goran, Daničić, Aleksandar, Petrović, Jovana S., Hadžievski, Ljupčo, "An early non-invasive detection of the patient inspiratory effort for patient-ventilator synchronization" in European Respiratory Journal, 42 (2013).

Wireless remote monitoring of reconstructed 12-lead ECGs after ablation for atrial fibrillation using a hand-held device

Gussak, Ihor; Vukajlovic, Dejan; Vukcevic, Vladan; George, Samuel; Bojović, Boško P.; Hadžievski, Ljupčo; Simic, Goran; Stojanovic, Bojan; Angelkov, Lazar; Panescu, Dorin

(2012)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Gussak, Ihor
AU  - Vukajlovic, Dejan
AU  - Vukcevic, Vladan
AU  - George, Samuel
AU  - Bojović, Boško P.
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
AU  - Simic, Goran
AU  - Stojanovic, Bojan
AU  - Angelkov, Lazar
AU  - Panescu, Dorin
PY  - 2012
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4713
AB  - Objective: Atrial fibrillation (AF) surveillance using a wireless handheld monitor capable of 12-lead electrocardiogram reconstruction was performed, and arrhythmia detection rate was compared with serial Holter monitoring. Methods: Twenty-five patients were monitored after an AF ablation procedure using the hand-held monitor for 2 months immediately after and then for 1 month approximately 6 months postablation. All patients underwent 12-lead 24-hour Holter monitoring at 1, 2, and 6 months postablation. Results: During months 1-2, 425 of 2942 hand-held monitor transmissions from 21 of 25 patients showed AF/atrial flutter (Afl). The frequency of detected arrhythmias decreased by month 6 to 85/1128 (P LT .01) in 15 of 23 patients. Hotter monitoring diagnosed AF/Afl in 8 of 25 and 7 of 23 patients at months 1-2 and month 6, respectively (P LT .01 compared with wireless hand-held monitor). Af/Afl diagnosis by wireless monitoring preceded Holler detection by an average of 24 days. Conclusions: Wireless monitoring with 12-lead electrocardiogram reconstruction demonstrated reliable AF/Afl detection that was more sensitive than serial 12-lead 24-hour Holter monitoring. (C) 2012 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
T2  - Journal of Electrocardiology
T1  - Wireless remote monitoring of reconstructed 12-lead ECGs after ablation for atrial fibrillation using a hand-held device
VL  - 45
IS  - 2
SP  - 129
EP  - 135
DO  - 10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2011.09.003
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Gussak, Ihor and Vukajlovic, Dejan and Vukcevic, Vladan and George, Samuel and Bojović, Boško P. and Hadžievski, Ljupčo and Simic, Goran and Stojanovic, Bojan and Angelkov, Lazar and Panescu, Dorin",
year = "2012",
abstract = "Objective: Atrial fibrillation (AF) surveillance using a wireless handheld monitor capable of 12-lead electrocardiogram reconstruction was performed, and arrhythmia detection rate was compared with serial Holter monitoring. Methods: Twenty-five patients were monitored after an AF ablation procedure using the hand-held monitor for 2 months immediately after and then for 1 month approximately 6 months postablation. All patients underwent 12-lead 24-hour Holter monitoring at 1, 2, and 6 months postablation. Results: During months 1-2, 425 of 2942 hand-held monitor transmissions from 21 of 25 patients showed AF/atrial flutter (Afl). The frequency of detected arrhythmias decreased by month 6 to 85/1128 (P LT .01) in 15 of 23 patients. Hotter monitoring diagnosed AF/Afl in 8 of 25 and 7 of 23 patients at months 1-2 and month 6, respectively (P LT .01 compared with wireless hand-held monitor). Af/Afl diagnosis by wireless monitoring preceded Holler detection by an average of 24 days. Conclusions: Wireless monitoring with 12-lead electrocardiogram reconstruction demonstrated reliable AF/Afl detection that was more sensitive than serial 12-lead 24-hour Holter monitoring. (C) 2012 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.",
journal = "Journal of Electrocardiology",
title = "Wireless remote monitoring of reconstructed 12-lead ECGs after ablation for atrial fibrillation using a hand-held device",
volume = "45",
number = "2",
pages = "129-135",
doi = "10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2011.09.003"
}
Gussak, I., Vukajlovic, D., Vukcevic, V., George, S., Bojović, B. P., Hadžievski, L., Simic, G., Stojanovic, B., Angelkov, L.,& Panescu, D.. (2012). Wireless remote monitoring of reconstructed 12-lead ECGs after ablation for atrial fibrillation using a hand-held device. in Journal of Electrocardiology, 45(2), 129-135.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2011.09.003
Gussak I, Vukajlovic D, Vukcevic V, George S, Bojović BP, Hadžievski L, Simic G, Stojanovic B, Angelkov L, Panescu D. Wireless remote monitoring of reconstructed 12-lead ECGs after ablation for atrial fibrillation using a hand-held device. in Journal of Electrocardiology. 2012;45(2):129-135.
doi:10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2011.09.003 .
Gussak, Ihor, Vukajlovic, Dejan, Vukcevic, Vladan, George, Samuel, Bojović, Boško P., Hadžievski, Ljupčo, Simic, Goran, Stojanovic, Bojan, Angelkov, Lazar, Panescu, Dorin, "Wireless remote monitoring of reconstructed 12-lead ECGs after ablation for atrial fibrillation using a hand-held device" in Journal of Electrocardiology, 45, no. 2 (2012):129-135,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2011.09.003 . .
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Algorithm for Quantitative 3 Dimensional Analysis of ECG Signals Improves Myocardial Diagnosis over Cardiologists in Diabetic Patients

Wenzel, Brian J.; George, Samuel; Lakkireddy, Dhanunjaya; Vanga, Subba; Bommana, Sudha; Gussak, Ihor; Simic, Goran; Bojović, Boško P.; Hadžievski, Ljupčo; Panescu, Dorin

(2011)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Wenzel, Brian J.
AU  - George, Samuel
AU  - Lakkireddy, Dhanunjaya
AU  - Vanga, Subba
AU  - Bommana, Sudha
AU  - Gussak, Ihor
AU  - Simic, Goran
AU  - Bojović, Boško P.
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
AU  - Panescu, Dorin
PY  - 2011
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/6936
AB  - Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) diagnosis in type II diabetes (DM2) patients is difficult and ECG findings are often non-diagnostic or inconclusive. We developed computer algorithms to process standard 12-lead ECG input data for quantitative 3-dimensional (3D) analysis (my3KGTM), and hypothesized that use of the my3KGTMs array of over 100 3D-based AMI diagnostic markers may improve diagnostic accuracy for AMI in DM2 patients. Methods: We identified 155 consecutive DM2 patients age GT 25 yrs with chest discomfort or shortness of breath who were evaluated at an urban emergency department (130 patients (pts)) or the cardiac catheterization laboratory (25 pts) for possible AMI. The first digital 12-lead ECG for each patient, obtained within 30 min of presentation, was evaluated by (1) 2 blinded expert cardiologists, and (2) my3KGTM. In each case, the ECG was classified as either likely AMI or likely non-AMI. Gold standard was the final clinical diagnosis. Statistical analysis was McNemars test with continuity correction. Results: The 155 DM2 patients were 50% male, mean age 56.8 +/- 12.0 yrs; 44 pts had a final clinical diagnosis of AMI (17 ST Elevation Myocardial Infarctions (STEMI), 27 Non-ST Elevation Myocardial Infarctions (NSTEMI)) and 111 had no AMI. Conclusions: Relative to standard 12L ECG read by cardiologists, quantitative 3D ECG analysis showed significant and substantial gains in sensitivity for AMI diagnosis in DM2 patients, without loss in specificity. Sensitivity gains were particularly high in patients exhibiting NSTEMI, the most common form of AMI in DM2.
T1  - Algorithm for Quantitative 3 Dimensional Analysis of ECG Signals Improves Myocardial Diagnosis over Cardiologists in Diabetic Patients
SP  - 965
EP  - 968
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Wenzel, Brian J. and George, Samuel and Lakkireddy, Dhanunjaya and Vanga, Subba and Bommana, Sudha and Gussak, Ihor and Simic, Goran and Bojović, Boško P. and Hadžievski, Ljupčo and Panescu, Dorin",
year = "2011",
abstract = "Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) diagnosis in type II diabetes (DM2) patients is difficult and ECG findings are often non-diagnostic or inconclusive. We developed computer algorithms to process standard 12-lead ECG input data for quantitative 3-dimensional (3D) analysis (my3KGTM), and hypothesized that use of the my3KGTMs array of over 100 3D-based AMI diagnostic markers may improve diagnostic accuracy for AMI in DM2 patients. Methods: We identified 155 consecutive DM2 patients age GT 25 yrs with chest discomfort or shortness of breath who were evaluated at an urban emergency department (130 patients (pts)) or the cardiac catheterization laboratory (25 pts) for possible AMI. The first digital 12-lead ECG for each patient, obtained within 30 min of presentation, was evaluated by (1) 2 blinded expert cardiologists, and (2) my3KGTM. In each case, the ECG was classified as either likely AMI or likely non-AMI. Gold standard was the final clinical diagnosis. Statistical analysis was McNemars test with continuity correction. Results: The 155 DM2 patients were 50% male, mean age 56.8 +/- 12.0 yrs; 44 pts had a final clinical diagnosis of AMI (17 ST Elevation Myocardial Infarctions (STEMI), 27 Non-ST Elevation Myocardial Infarctions (NSTEMI)) and 111 had no AMI. Conclusions: Relative to standard 12L ECG read by cardiologists, quantitative 3D ECG analysis showed significant and substantial gains in sensitivity for AMI diagnosis in DM2 patients, without loss in specificity. Sensitivity gains were particularly high in patients exhibiting NSTEMI, the most common form of AMI in DM2.",
title = "Algorithm for Quantitative 3 Dimensional Analysis of ECG Signals Improves Myocardial Diagnosis over Cardiologists in Diabetic Patients",
pages = "965-968"
}
Wenzel, B. J., George, S., Lakkireddy, D., Vanga, S., Bommana, S., Gussak, I., Simic, G., Bojović, B. P., Hadžievski, L.,& Panescu, D.. (2011). Algorithm for Quantitative 3 Dimensional Analysis of ECG Signals Improves Myocardial Diagnosis over Cardiologists in Diabetic Patients. , 965-968.
Wenzel BJ, George S, Lakkireddy D, Vanga S, Bommana S, Gussak I, Simic G, Bojović BP, Hadžievski L, Panescu D. Algorithm for Quantitative 3 Dimensional Analysis of ECG Signals Improves Myocardial Diagnosis over Cardiologists in Diabetic Patients. 2011;:965-968..
Wenzel, Brian J., George, Samuel, Lakkireddy, Dhanunjaya, Vanga, Subba, Bommana, Sudha, Gussak, Ihor, Simic, Goran, Bojović, Boško P., Hadžievski, Ljupčo, Panescu, Dorin, "Algorithm for Quantitative 3 Dimensional Analysis of ECG Signals Improves Myocardial Diagnosis over Cardiologists in Diabetic Patients" (2011):965-968.
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Wireless Monitoring of Reconstructed 12-Lead ECG in Atrial Fibrillation Patients Enables Differential Diagnosis of Recurrent Arrhythmias

Vukajlovic, Dejan; Gussak, Ihor; George, Samuel; Simic, Goran; Bojović, Boško P.; Hadžievski, Ljupčo; Stojanovic, Bojan; Angelkov, Lazar; Panescu, Dorin

(2011)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Vukajlovic, Dejan
AU  - Gussak, Ihor
AU  - George, Samuel
AU  - Simic, Goran
AU  - Bojović, Boško P.
AU  - Hadžievski, Ljupčo
AU  - Stojanovic, Bojan
AU  - Angelkov, Lazar
AU  - Panescu, Dorin
PY  - 2011
UR  - https://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/6937
AB  - Differential diagnosis of symptomatic events in post-ablation atrial fibrillation (AF) patients (pts) is important; in particular, accurate, reliable detection of AF or atrial flutter (AFL) is essential. However, existing remote monitoring devices usually require attached leads and are not suitable for prolonged monitoring; moreover, most do not provide sufficient information to assess atrial activity, since they generally monitor only 1-3 ECG leads and rely on RR interval variability for AF diagnosis. A new hand-held, wireless, symptom-activated event monitor (CardioBip; CB) does not require attached leads and hence can be conveniently used for extended periods. Moreover, CB provides data that enables remote reconstruction of full 12-lead ECG data including atrial signal information. We hypothesized that these CB features would enable accurate remote differential diagnosis of symptomatic arrhythmias in post-ablation AF pts. Methods: 21 pts who underwent catheter ablation for AF were instructed to make a CB transmission (TX) whenever palpitations, lightheadedness, or similar symptoms occurred, and at multiple times daily when asymptomatic, during a 60 day post-ablation time period. CB transmissions (TXs) were analyzed blindly by 2 expert readers, with differences adjudicated by consensus. Results: 7 pts had no symptomatic episodes during the monitoring period. 14 of 21 pts had symptomatic events and made a total of 1699 TX, 164 of which were during symptoms. TX quality was acceptable for rhythm diagnosis and atrial activity in 96%. 118 TX from 10 symptomatic pts showed AF (96 TX from 10 pts) or AFL (22 TX from 3 pts), and 46 TX from 9 pts showed frequent PACs or PVCs. No other arrhythmias were detected. Five pts made symptomatic TX during AF/AFL and also during PACs/PVCs. Conclusions: Use of CB during symptomatic episodes enabled detection and differential diagnosis of symptomatic arrhythmias. The ability of CB to provide accurate reconstruction of 12 L ECGs including atrial activity, combined with its ease of use, makes it suitable for long-term surveillance for recurrent AF in post-ablation patients.
T1  - Wireless Monitoring of Reconstructed 12-Lead ECG in Atrial Fibrillation Patients Enables Differential Diagnosis of Recurrent Arrhythmias
SP  - 4741
EP  - 4744
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Vukajlovic, Dejan and Gussak, Ihor and George, Samuel and Simic, Goran and Bojović, Boško P. and Hadžievski, Ljupčo and Stojanovic, Bojan and Angelkov, Lazar and Panescu, Dorin",
year = "2011",
abstract = "Differential diagnosis of symptomatic events in post-ablation atrial fibrillation (AF) patients (pts) is important; in particular, accurate, reliable detection of AF or atrial flutter (AFL) is essential. However, existing remote monitoring devices usually require attached leads and are not suitable for prolonged monitoring; moreover, most do not provide sufficient information to assess atrial activity, since they generally monitor only 1-3 ECG leads and rely on RR interval variability for AF diagnosis. A new hand-held, wireless, symptom-activated event monitor (CardioBip; CB) does not require attached leads and hence can be conveniently used for extended periods. Moreover, CB provides data that enables remote reconstruction of full 12-lead ECG data including atrial signal information. We hypothesized that these CB features would enable accurate remote differential diagnosis of symptomatic arrhythmias in post-ablation AF pts. Methods: 21 pts who underwent catheter ablation for AF were instructed to make a CB transmission (TX) whenever palpitations, lightheadedness, or similar symptoms occurred, and at multiple times daily when asymptomatic, during a 60 day post-ablation time period. CB transmissions (TXs) were analyzed blindly by 2 expert readers, with differences adjudicated by consensus. Results: 7 pts had no symptomatic episodes during the monitoring period. 14 of 21 pts had symptomatic events and made a total of 1699 TX, 164 of which were during symptoms. TX quality was acceptable for rhythm diagnosis and atrial activity in 96%. 118 TX from 10 symptomatic pts showed AF (96 TX from 10 pts) or AFL (22 TX from 3 pts), and 46 TX from 9 pts showed frequent PACs or PVCs. No other arrhythmias were detected. Five pts made symptomatic TX during AF/AFL and also during PACs/PVCs. Conclusions: Use of CB during symptomatic episodes enabled detection and differential diagnosis of symptomatic arrhythmias. The ability of CB to provide accurate reconstruction of 12 L ECGs including atrial activity, combined with its ease of use, makes it suitable for long-term surveillance for recurrent AF in post-ablation patients.",
title = "Wireless Monitoring of Reconstructed 12-Lead ECG in Atrial Fibrillation Patients Enables Differential Diagnosis of Recurrent Arrhythmias",
pages = "4741-4744"
}
Vukajlovic, D., Gussak, I., George, S., Simic, G., Bojović, B. P., Hadžievski, L., Stojanovic, B., Angelkov, L.,& Panescu, D.. (2011). Wireless Monitoring of Reconstructed 12-Lead ECG in Atrial Fibrillation Patients Enables Differential Diagnosis of Recurrent Arrhythmias. , 4741-4744.
Vukajlovic D, Gussak I, George S, Simic G, Bojović BP, Hadžievski L, Stojanovic B, Angelkov L, Panescu D. Wireless Monitoring of Reconstructed 12-Lead ECG in Atrial Fibrillation Patients Enables Differential Diagnosis of Recurrent Arrhythmias. 2011;:4741-4744..
Vukajlovic, Dejan, Gussak, Ihor, George, Samuel, Simic, Goran, Bojović, Boško P., Hadžievski, Ljupčo, Stojanovic, Bojan, Angelkov, Lazar, Panescu, Dorin, "Wireless Monitoring of Reconstructed 12-Lead ECG in Atrial Fibrillation Patients Enables Differential Diagnosis of Recurrent Arrhythmias" (2011):4741-4744.
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