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Mapping of heart's electrical signals could fuel advances in imaging

ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

A model designed to assess and map the flow of electrical signals between cardiac cells could lay the groundwork for greater precision in imaging, diagnosis and treatment. The team developed computer representations of a variety of arrhythmias and normal heartbeats, then converted the signals that heart cells transmitted into digital data for mapping. The approach is discussed in The Journal of the Royal Society Interface. Health Data Management (03/24)


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ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

Imaging data at risk of hacking, study warns

ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

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Canadian experts find new ways to produce medical isotopes

ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

Bipartisan legislation seeks to repeal SGR formula

ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

Study: Healthy diet offers protection against heart problems

ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

Tomayko acquires Omni Diagnostics

ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

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ASNC SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

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