Martina Litschmannova

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At present, analysis of heart rate variability (HRV) is becoming widely used as a clinical or research tool. Supported reliability studies for HRV measurement are, however, still limited. The main purpose was to perform an assessment of the absolute and relative reliability of HRV parameters from short-term recordings by means of orthoclinostatic(More)
This study proceeds from the database of two patient groups. Patients in first group underwent intraabdominal anastomotic operation technique and they come from a selected hospital in USA. Patients in second group underwent extraabdominal anastomotic operation technique and they come from the Clinic of Surgery at the University Hospital Ostrava (Czech(More)
Cipryan, L., & Litschmannova, M. (2014). Intra-session Stability of Short-term Heart Rate Variability Measurement: Gender and Total Spectral Power Influence. J. Hum. Sport Exerc., 9(1), pp.68-80. Heart rate variability (HRV) has been increasingly analysed under numerous research settings. HRV measurement reliability is, however, still an unresolved issue.(More)
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