Noninvasive imaging of electrical activity of the heart has increasingly gained attention over the last decades. Epicardial potentials can be reconstructed from a torso-heart geometry and body-surface potentials recorded from tens to hundreds of body-surface electrodes. However, it remains an open question how many body-surface electrodes are needed to accurately reconstruct epicardial potentials. We investigated the influence of the number of body-surface electrodes in an in vivo experiment. Find the paper here, and don’t hesitate to contact us with your ideas and suggestions!

Reference: Matthijs Cluitmans, Joël Karel, Pietro Bonizzi, Monique de Jong, Paul Volders, Ralf Peeters and Ronald Westra. In-vivo Evaluation of Reduced-Lead-Systems in Noninvasive Reconstruction and Localization of Cardiac Electrical Activity. In Computing in Cardiology, 2015.

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