Jacqueline Hug

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Breathing motion artifacts reduce the quality of MR coronary artery images. Real-time adaptive navigator correction with different correction factors (0%, 30%, 60%, 80% of diaphragmatic displacement) was used to correct for respiratory motion in 3D coronary artery imaging. Significant improvements of image quality were achieved by adaptive motion correction(More)
  • André Sceia, Juan-Carlos Altamirano-Cabrera, +4 authors Philippe Thalmann
  • 2009
In the framework of the revision of the Swiss CO 2-Law and in view for the international negotiations that will take place at the next Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) has proposed a set of instruments and two levels of abatement to define the Swiss climate(More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate two different magnetic resonance (MR) techniques for the noninvasive assessment of intracoronary blood flow. Coronary blood flow velocities were measured invasively in 26 angiographically normal segments of 12 patients. Noninvasive measurements were performed in identical segments with two MR techniques using a 1.5 T MR(More)
a This work has been undertaken with the support of NSF-NCCR climate and Federal Office for the Environment grants. We are very grateful to Martin Peter, Carten Nathani and the Federal Office of Statistics for providing us with disaggregated input-output tables. We also would like to thank Jacqueline Hug, Thorsten F. Schulz, Philippe Thalmann, Hal Turton as(More)
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