Physiological Measurement Focus Issue
28 November 2018 12:00:00 AM EST
The Journal of Physiological Measurement is now accepting submissions in the focus issue: Automated Analysis of Arousals, Sleep and Sleep-Related Disorders Using Physiological Time Series. Please included updated results from the test dataset if you develop a new algorithm. Note that the scope does not confine you to the data and topic of this year's Challenge. The deadline is set for the end of February 2019.
New Database Added: RVMH1
14 November 2018 12:00:00 AM EST
Functional metrics of autonomic control of heart rate, including baroreflex sensitivity, have been shown to be strongly associated with cardiovascular risk. A decrease in baroreflex sensitivity with aging is hypothesized to represent a contributing causal factor in the etiology of primary hypertension. To assess baroreflex function in human subjects, two complementary methods to simulate the response in heart rate elicited by the Valsalva maneuver were developed and applied to data obtained from a cohort of healthy normal volunteers.
New Database Added: CVES
04 October 2018 12:00:00 AM EST
This database contains multimodal data from a large study investigating the effects of ischemic stroke on cerebral vasoregulation. The cross sectional study compared 60 subjects who suffered strokes, to 60 control subjects, collecting the following data for each patient across multiple days: transcranial doppler of cerebral arteries, 24-h blood pressure numerics, high resolution waveforms (ECG, blood pressure, CO2 and respiration) during various movement tasks, 24-h ECG, EMG, and accelerometer recordings, and gait pressure recordings during a walking test.
New Database Added: CULM
30 August 2018 12:00:00 AM EST
The Complex Upper-Limb Movements database contains hand trajectory data from ten subjects undergoing writing tasks, used to model motor primitives.
New Database Added: TPEHGT
29 August 2018 12:00:00 AM EST
The Term-Preterm ElectroHysteroGram DataSet with Tocogram (TPEHGT DS) contains 26 four-signal 30-min uterine EHG records, i.e., three EHG signals accompanied by a simultaneously recorded external tocogram measuring mechanical uterine activity (TOCO signal) of pregnant women, and another five 30-min uterine records (EHG signals and TOCO signal) of non-pregnant women.
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