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Jul

Advanced Analytics for Electromyogram (EMG) Signals using VivoSense® Software: Understanding Muscle Responses to Intensive Resistance Training

Health scientists at Hofstra University, NY, aim to uncover how resistance training with either a focus on intensity or volume increases muscle innervation, adaption and firing rates. These studies provide a greater understanding of how resistance training augments muscle activation and motor unit recruitment in trained individuals. This research has a broad range of applications, […]

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01
May

Developing Digital Biomarkers in Clinical Trials and Healthcare Delivery

The practice of medicine and medical research is undergoing a rapid digital revolution transforming healthcare into a science of data analytics. The term Digital Health has entered the lexicon as we increasingly understand and describe medicine in terms of data generated by wearable physiological sensors, genetic sequencing and medical imaging. Rock Health, a venture fund […]

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20
Apr

Announcing VivoSense® Version 3.1 Release

Download the new VivoSense® Version 3.1 to access the following updated features: WFDB (Physiobank WaveForm DataBase) import Garmin JSON File Import Merge multiple files with same channel types together. VivoSense® allows synchronization and merge of waveform data from multiple sources. Now, you can merge waveform data channels with different start times. For example, a subject […]

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03
Apr

Researchers Explore How Physician Stress Affects the Care of Our Smallest Patients

Drs. Nicholas Slamon and Rob Parker, a team of pediatric ICU physicians at Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, DE, are studying real-time biometrics (heart rate, respiratory rate, calories burned, activity, heart rate variability) of critical care providers to better elucidate how stress affects the care of pediatric patients. Through measuring the provider’s biometric […]

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21
Mar

VivoSense® Provides the Solution to Accurate Volume Measures Derived from RIP

Respiratory inductance plethysmography (RIP) is a method for evaluating breathing characteristics by measuring the movement of the thorax and abdominal wall. RIP acquires respiratory data via two elastic bands placed around the rib cage (RC) and abdomen (AB), and thus, must be calibrated to provide accurate volume metrics. There are several methods for RIP calibration, […]

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