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Project: HeartSafe - Assessing Heart Function for Unsupervised Homecare Applications through Multi-Channel Auscultation

Acronym: HeartSafe
Main Objective:
The main scientific goal of this project is to research algorithms applicable in long-term home monitoring contexts for the assessment of cardiac function, the key variable in cardiovascular disease (CVD) management, using a multi-channel heart sound auscultation approach. Clinical applications will be developed for early detection of Heart Failure (HF) decompensation episodes in elderly and neonatal populations; both will be clinically assessed using in-hospital studies.
Reference: PTDC/EEI-PRO/2857/2012
Funding: FCT/PTDC
Start Date: 01-07-2013
End Date: 01-09-2015
Team: Miguel Tavares Coimbra
Groups: Computer graphics and interactive multimedia - Po
Partners:
Local Coordinator: Miguel Tavares Coimbra
Associated Publications