Emmanuil Salamalekis

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Objective: The development of an automated computerised system that will assist the early intrapartum diagnosis of fetal hypoxia. The proposed method is based on 1) a signal processing method named wavelet transform in order to estimate the power in different frequency ranges in various fetal states 2) the analysis of the continuous fetal pulse oximetry(More)
The objective of the present study is the development of an automated computerized system that will assist the early diagnosis of fetal hypoxia. We demonstrate that it is possible to distinguish between healthy subjects and acidemic fetuses by way of wavelet transform analysis of the fetal heart rate recordings and fetal pulse oximetry (FSpO 2). We focus on(More)
BACKGROUND In contrast to cellular receptors, soluble receptors do not enhance the cellular activation because they do not have transmembranic and cytoplasmic parts, acting thereby as endogenous regulatory mechanisms against systemic functions of cytokines. AIM To measure serum concentrations of the soluble interleukin-2 receptor (sIL2R), soluble(More)
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