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44th International Congress on Electrocardiology (ICE)

posted Jan 12, 2017, 6:35 PM by Brett Burton   [ updated Sep 7, 2017, 8:37 PM by Rob MacLeod ]
The 44th International Congress of Electrocardiology (ICE) was held this year in the historic Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon.  The program included several sessions on ECG, cardiac modeling, and various topics in pathophysiology.  

Below is a summary of all the talks related to ECGI at ICE:
  1. * Jaume Coll-Font, PhD (USA): Tracking the heart movement with the ECG; Correcting the respirationmovement of the heart in a porcine model
  2. * Remi Dubois, PhD ESPCI, France: Ventricular fibrillation: what we can learn from noninvasive mapping
  3. * Laura Bear, PhD The Electrophysiology and Heart Modeling Institute (LIRYC), France: Detection of Electrical Dyssynchrony by Electrocardiographic Imaging
  4. * Dana Brooks, PhD Northeastern University, United States of America: Technical challenges to wider clinical adoption of ECGI 15 
  5. * Michał Kania, PhD The Electrophysiology and Heart Modeling Institute (LIRYC), France: Evaluation of a new method for three-dimensional prediction of the exit site of ventricular tachycardia15 
  6. * Peter van Dam, PhD Peacs BC, Netherlands: The path of the mean spatio-temporal activation isochrone derived from the 12Lead-ECG to localize the PVC origin 15 
  7. * Milan Tyšler, PhD Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia: Evaluation of using reduced number of mapping leads for noninvasive localizationof ectopic ventricular activity 15 
  8. * Brett Burton, BSc, PhD student University of Utah, USA: The effect of subject-specific ischemic zone geometries on body surface potentials
  9. * Maria Guillem, PhD Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain: Noninvasive estimation of hierarchical activation patterns during atrial fibrillationby Electrocardiographic Imaging
  10. * Jess Tate, PhD student University of Utah, USA: A Sampling Strategy for Reducing Error in ECG Forward Simulation