AuthorsO. M. Lysaker, B. F. Nielsen, P. Grøttum, K. Haugaa, J. G. Fjeld, and A. Abildgaard
EditorsO. Dössel, and W. C. Schlegel
TitleMathematical Based Imaging of Regional Ischemia
Afilliation, Scientific Computing, Scientific Computing
Project(s)Center for Biomedical Computing (SFF)
StatusPublished
Publication TypeProceedings, refereed
Year of Publication2009
Conference NameWorld Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Volume25
Pagination98-101
PublisherSpringer
ISBN Number978-3-642-03878-5
Abstract

Abstract-The Inverse Problems Project at Simula Research Laboratory has during the last five years analyzed and solved inverse problems arising in connection with ECG (electrocardiogram) recordings. In this paper we discuss a framework involving multi-channel ECG data along with advanced mathematical models for identifying ischemic regions in the human heart. More precisely, the ischemic region is identified by minimizing an objective function measuring the difference between recorded and simulated multi-channel ECG signals. Based on this, the functional condition of the heart is visualized in terms of an image.

Citation KeySimula.SC.484