Cardiac Electrical Modeling for Closed-loop Validation of Implantable Devices.

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Summary of "Cardiac Electrical Modeling for Closed-loop Validation of Implantable Devices."

Evaluating and testing cardiac electrical devices in a closed-physiologic-loop can help design safety, but this is rarely practical or comprehensive. Furthermore, in-silico closed-loop testing with biophysical computer models cannot meet the requirements of time-critical cardiac device systems, while simplified models meeting time-critical requirements may not have the necessary dynamic features. We propose a new high-level (abstracted) physiologically-based computational heart model that is time-critical and dynamic.


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Name: IEEE transactions on bio-medical engineering
ISSN: 1558-2531


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