Our group is investigating the possibility of CRT response by reconstructing in 3D space the instantaneous lead tip’s geometric trajectory, on the basis of a few seconds fluoroscopic recordings.
In the BIOMIG we have several ongoing projects which aim to elucidate the role of fibrosis on AF by using biomedical engineering tools. We are developing new imaging techniques to quantify this relation.
Assessment of motion in CEUS acquisition is object of investigation of our group. Aim of this study is to compensate motion in order to improve quality of perfusion information derived from this new technique.
In this project we aim to automatically detect dynamic oesophagus position and its spatial relationship from the LAPW by ICE during RFA of AF.