Heartscope

 

Heartscope Details

Advanced Analysis of Cardiovascular Signals

HeartScope is a software providing detailed spectral analysis of cardiovascular signals, and in particular on time series derived from the ECG (tachogram), the arterial blood pressure (systogram and diastogram), the respiratory signal (respirogram) and muscle sympathetic nervous activity (MSNA).

A sound user interaction and flexibility in computation of all parameters are the most appreciated features of this software.

In addition of the computation of frequency domain parameters (based on autoregressive modeling methodologies or fast Fourier transform), HeartScope also performs time domain analysis, baroreflex sensitivity estimates and computation of non-linear dynamic indexes such as conditional entropy.

  • Fully customizable settings.
  • Interactive user segmentation of time-series.
  • Flexible data output inclusive of user-selectable options to export only basic parameters of analysis and/or numerical values of computed graphs (time-series, spectral curves).
  • Full printed reports of analysis performed.
  • Setup includes an HTML contextual online help, containing a detailed tutorial.
  • Export of results in handy .csv files or (if installed and supported) in a powerful Interbase/Firebird database.

Heartscope demo

Heartscope 2 (demo version)

Version:

1.6.2.0

Date:

September, 2005

Size:

7.02 MB

Download:

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HeartScope provides detailed spectral analysis of cardiovascular signals, and in particular on time series derived by the ECG (tachogram), arterial blood pressure (systogram and diastogram), respiratory signal (respirogram) and muscle sympathetic nervous activity (MSNA).

Contextual help with tutorial is included in the software.

Demo versions of all AMPS software are fully functional only with the example demo data files included in the setup package.