During ECSS 2013 a short comparison has been made between “free running” on the h/p/cosmos treadmill and running with resistance utilized the robowalk system. For evaluation of the biomechanical changes when utilizing robowalk in concentric mode the SIMI Aktisys motion analysis software with the active LED markers and the Delsys EMG have been utilized. See the result in the video and in the PDF for download. The overall idea was also to evaluate how the measurement devices like Simi and Delsys can be used to instrument a training machine like the h/p/cosmos robowalk to a more comprehensive measurement system involving even biofeedback tools and options. So we can really “know” and see what the robowalk biomechanically changes in a simple and feedback orientated way. This could help to identify a broader scale of “training goals” and in which further ways a system like robowalk can be used and how it has to be configured for specific patients and subjects. The short test showed how easy it was just to get some quick but useful movement and biomechanics data to control and adapt a training.
For the test we did on ECSS Mr. Philipp Russ from SIMI just quickly extracted data for the first running trial and the last robowalk trial. www.h-p-cosmos.com/downloads/application_data/20130709_data_comparison_free_running_vs_robowalk_hpcosmos_simi_aktisys_screenshots.pdf
Further analysis and evaluation would be recommended of course. A first interpretation could quote: “Increasing the traction force of the robowalk expanders will increase muscle activity if using it in concentric mode. This could mean a “training effect” up to the level when kinematics start to change. At that point it could mean that the “external force” is too high and will interfere normal function.” However, since the forces of robowalk expander ropes are very quickly adjustable in force value and force vector and the maximum forces of robowalk can be easily limited, there is no exposure of risks to subjects. Users are welcome and invited to contribute to further ideas and further evaluations. Thanks to all staff of SIMI, Delsys and h/p/cosmos who performed this short but creative and inspiring test during ECSS in 2013. We are pleased to invite everybody again to our booth #24 on ECSS 2014 from July 2-5, 2014 in Amsterdam Netherlands.
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Title: Accurate derivation of heart rate variability signal for detection of sleep disordered breathing children.
Description: The electrocardiogram (ECG) signal is used extensively as a low cost diagnostic tool to provide information concerning the heart’s state of health. Accurate determination of the QRS complex, in particular, reliable detection of the R wave peak, is essential in computer based ECG analysis. ECG data from Physionet’s Sleep -Apnea database we are used to develop, test, and validate a robust heart rate variability (HRV) signal derivational in computer based ECG analysis. ECG data from Physionet’s Sleep -Apnea database we are used to develop, test, and validate a robust heart rate variability (HRV) signal derivation algorithm. The HRV signal was derived from pre -processed ECG signals by developing an Enhanced Hilbert Transform (EHT) algorithm with built- in missing beat detection capability for reliable QRS detection. The performance of the EHT algorithm was then compared against that of a popular Hilbert Transform-based (HT) QRS detection algorithm. Auto regressive (AR) modeling of the H RV power spectrum for both EHT- and HT-derived HRV signals was achieved and different parameters from their power spectra as well as approximate entropy were derived for comparison. Poincare plots were then used as a visualization tool to highlight the detection of the missing beats in the EHT method. After validation of the EHT algorithm on ECG data from the Physionet, the algorithm was further tested and validated on a dataset obtained from children undergoing polysomnography for detection of sleep disordered breathing (SDB). Sensitive measures of accurate HRV signals were then derived to be used in detecting and diagnosing sleep disordered breathing in children. All signal processing algorithms were implemented in MATLAB. In this paper, we present a description of the EHT algorithm and analyze pilot data for eight children undergoing nocturnal polysomnography. The pilot data demonstrated that the EHT method provides an accurate way of deriving the HRV signal and plays an important role in extraction of reliable measures to distinguish between periods of normal and sleep disordered breathing (SDB) in children.
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