In-vivo evaluation of reduced-lead-systems in noninvasive reconstruction and localization of cardiac electrical activity

Abstract

Noninvasive imaging of electrical activity of the heart has increasingly gained attention last decades. Heart-surface potentials are 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 electrodes are needed to accurately reconstruct… (More)

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