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Ballistocardiography, a bibliography
United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.
1965 by [For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington .
|Contributions||Scarborough, William R., United States. Federal Aviation Agency.|
|LC Classifications||Z6664.H3 U48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||65065611|
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Ballistocardiography, a bibliography: a compilation of references to papers, reports, monographs, reviews, and books, of both domestic and foreign origin, which appeared during the period [William R Scarborough; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.
The ballistocardiograph (BCG) is a measure of ballistic forces generated by the heart. The downward movement of blood through the descending aorta produces an upward recoil, moving the body upward with each heartbeat.
As different parts of the aorta expand and contract, the body continues to move downward and upward in a repeating pattern. HCPCS-L2: S BALLISTOCARDIOGRAPHY A Bibliography A compilation of references to papers, reports, monographs, reviews and books, of both domestic and foreign origin, which appeared during the period The refer- ences were compiled by the members of the staff of Federal Aviation Agency and the bibliography is published under.
↑ Ballistocardiography at the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) ↑ Gordon, J. (April ). "Certain Molar Movements of the Ballistocardiography Body produced by the Circulation of the Blood". J Anat Physiol. 11 (Pt 3) (Pt 3): – PMC PMID A short bibliography containing the important references in the field is given at the end of the book.
This monograph is a good reference book for those already familiar to some extent with the subject of ballistocardiography. Hard Cover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. "Proceedings of the First World Congress on Ballistocardiography and Cardiovascular Dynamics, Amsterdam, April" Usual ex-library features.
The interior is clean and tight. Cover is slightly discolored and rubbed. The book is slightly askew. pages including index. Ex-Library. Seller. In this work, a low-cost, off-the-shelf load cell is installed on a typical hospital bed and implemented to measure the longitudinal ballistocardiogram (BCG) in order to evaluate its utility for successful contactless monitoring of heart and respiration rates.
The major focus is placed on the beat-to-beat heart rate monitoring task, for which an unsupervised machine learning algorithm is Cited by: 2.
Infrasound, sometimes referred to as low-frequency sound, describes sound waves with Ballistocardiography frequency below the lower limit of audibility (generally 20 Hz).Hearing becomes gradually less sensitive as frequency decreases, so for humans to perceive infrasound, the sound pressure must be sufficiently high.
The ear is the primary organ for sensing infrasound, but at higher intensities it is possible to. Applied optics and optical engineering. Kingslake, Editor. Vol I. Light, its generation and modification.
$Vol. The detection of light and. Title(s): Ballistocardiography; a bibliography. A compilation of references to papers, reports, monographs, reviews and books, of both domestic and foreign origin, which appeared during the period The references were comp.
by members of Ballistocardiography staff of Federal Aviation Agency and the bibliography is published under the joint auspices of. Bibliography Bibliography, the systematic cataloging, study, and description of written and printed works, especially books.
Bibliography is either (1) the listing of works according to some system (descriptive, or enumerative, bibliography) or (2) the study of works as tangible objects (critical, or. As such, the book is an excellent and very up-to-date sent only a small fraction of the bibliography.
The writing in the book is uneven, particularly in clarity of presentation. ballistocardiography, isotopic techniques, and radiologic techniques are mentioned.
Akhbardeh A, Junnila S, Koivuluoma M, Koivistoinen T and Värri A () Applying novel time-frequency moments singular value decomposition method and artificial neural networks for ballistocardiography, EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing,(), Online publication date: 1.
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We present an algorithm for obtaining the heart rate from the signal of a single, contact-less sensor recording the mechanical activity of the heart. This vital parameter is required on a beat-to-beat basis for applications in sleep analysis and heart failure disease management.
Our approach bundles information from various sources for first robust estimates. TUT Portfolio - TUT Bibliography - SSSAG publications. Värri, Alpo Ballistocardiography in sitting and horizontal positions. Sleep Medicine, Abstract Book, 7th World Congress on Sleep Apnea, Helsinki, Finland, June 29th - July 3rd, vol.
4, num. S1, s. Full text of "Aerospace medicine and biology: A cumulative index to a continuing bibliography (supplement )" See other formats. Ballistocardiography (BCG) is a non-invasive method for monitoring cardiovascular health.
While in the early s, when it was invented, the BCG was intended to be a tool used exclusively in the clinic, the recent resurgence of BCG research has actually focused on extra-clinical applications ranging from home monitoring to measuring signals from astronauts in space.
Postolache O., Girão P.S., Pinheiro E., Postolache G. () Unobtrusive and Non-invasive Sensing Solutions for On-Line Physiological Parameters Monitoring. In: Lay-Ekuakille A., Mukhopadhyay S.C. (eds) Wearable and Autonomous Biomedical Devices and Systems for Smart Environment.
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol Cited by: The ballistocardiogram (BCG) is the record of the reaction forces of the body due to the mechanical action of the heart and the blood flow in the main arteries.
book gives the reader an inc lusive view of the main aspects in phonocardiography signal processing. KE Y W ORDS phonocardiography, auscultation technique, signal processing, signal ﬁltering, heart.
bibliography is exhaustive and ranges over the English, French, and German, as well as American publications. This is a book for the specialist, but should certainly prove of value to the orthopaedic surgeon with a parti-cular interest in the surgery of the hand.
HAROLD ELLIS. Medical Jurisprudence, Taylor's Principles and Practice of Medical. Seminar on Ballistocardiography' Ballistocardiographic Studies on Athletest ERNST JOKL, M.U., F.A.C.C.
Lexington, Kentucky THE STUDY of the ballistocardiograms of athletes has a unique contribution to make to the over-all understanding of ballistocardiog- raphy. Athletes are a special case in the more general BCG by: This is an incomplete list of Greek words with derivatives in are many English words of Greek origin, with a variety of histories: vernacular borrowing, typically passing through Latin and French; learned borrowing directly from Greek; coinage in post-classical Latin or modern European languages; and direct borrowings from Modern Greek.
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The book is well produced and extremely well illustrated byphotographs and diagrams. Indeed, if one were to make a criticism one might say that it is too well produced.
The constant changes in size of type, cross-headings, etc., while obviously meant to help the reader, may be found rather distracting. Furthermore, many of the pictures seem quite. Scarborough WR (Joint NASA-FAA publication): Ballistocardiography: a bibliography N Hauty GT, Adams T: Pilot fatigue: Intercontinental jet flight: Oklahoma City-Tokyo.
AD Allen ME, Collins WE, Tobias JV, Crain RA: Aviation medicine translations: Annotated bibliography of recently translated material. III. A new chapter on ballistocardiography has been added. Goldberger, who is probably best known for his work on unipolar electrocardiography, has resisted the temptation to overemphasize that phase of cardiology and has written a well-balanced, up-to-date, standard book.
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Three-dimensional ballistocardiography and respiratory motion in sustained microgravity. Aviat Space Occupation: Recall Faculty, Medicine.