2019 Medical Electronics Projects

2019 Medical Electronics Projects

2019 Latest Medical Electronics Projects

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Medical Electronics Image processing Project

1. Enforcing Co-Expression Within a Brain-Imaging Genomics Regression Framework

2. Unsupervised Reverse Domain Adaptation for Synthetic Medical Images via Adversarial Training

3. Passive Acoustic Mapping Using Data-Adaptive Beamforming Based on Higher Order Statistics

4. Convective-Dispersion Modeling in 3D Contrast-Ultrasound Imaging for the Localization of Prostate Cancer

5.Spatio-Temporally Constrained Reconstruction for Hyperpolarized Carbon-13 MRI Using Kinetic Models

Latest Medical Electronics Project List

1.Wireless Power Transfer Strategies for Implantable Bioelectronics

2.Emerging Robotic Platforms for Minimally Invasive Surgery

3.Advances in Acoustic Signal Processing Techniques for Enhanced Bowel Sound Analysis

4.Breathing Rate Estimation From the Electrocardiogram and Photoplethysmogram: A Review

Breathing rate (BR) is a key physiological parameter used in a range of clinical settings. Despite its diagnostic and prognostic value, it is still widely measured by counting breaths manually. A plethora of algorithms have been proposed to estimate BR from the electrocardiogram (ECG) and pulse oximetry (photoplethysmogram, PPG) signals. These BR algorithms provide opportunity for automated, electronic, and unobtrusive measurement of BR in both healthcare and fitness monitoring. This paper presents a review of the literature on BR estimation from the ECG and PPG. First, the structure of BR algorithms and the mathematical techniques used at each stage are described. Second, the experimental methodologies that have been used to assess the performance of BR algorithms are reviewed, and a methodological framework for the assessment of BR algorithms is presented. Third, we outline the most pressing directions for future research, including the steps required to use BR algorithms in wearable sensors, remote video monitoring, and clinical practice.


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