New Database Added: LTMM
20 June 2016 12:00:00 AM EST
The Long Term Momvement Monitoring database contains 3-day 3D accelerometer recordings of 71 elder community residents, used to study gait, stability, and fall risk. The dataset and its collection methods are described in Does the Evaluation of Gait Quality During Daily Life Provide Insight Into Fall Risk? : A Novel Approach Using 3-Day Accelerometer Recordings.
New Clinical Dataset Added: IACCD
9 June 2016 12:00:00 AM EST
The Indwelling Arterial Catheter Clinical dataset, contains clinical data for 1776 patients from the MIMIC-II clinical database. It was the basis for the article: Hsu DJ, et al. The association between indwelling arterial catheters and mortality in hemodynamically stable patients with respiratory failure: A propensity score analysis. Chest, 148(6):1470–1476, Aug. 2015. This dataset was also used by Raffa et al. in Chapter 5 "Data Analysis" of the forthcoming book: Secondary Analysis of Electronic Health Records, published by Springer in 2016.
Database Updated: MSSVEPDB
08 June 2016 12:00:00 AM EST
The MAMEM steady state visually evoked potentials database containing 256 channel EEG recordings of 11 subjects under the stimulation of flickering lights has been updated with a second experimental dataset.
New Database Added: HBEDB
19 May 2016 12:00:00 AM EST
The Human Balance Evaluation database contains force platform recordings from 193 subjects undergoing stabilography tests. This database is contributed by the BMC-Lab of the Federal University of ABC.
New Database Added: FECGSYNDB
29 April 2016 12:00:00 AM EST
The fetal ECG synthetic database is a large database of simulated adult and non-invasive fetal ECG (NI-FECG) signals, which provides a robust resource that enables reproducible research in the field. The data is generated using the FECGSYN simulator (visit website). The dataset and its collection methods are described in An Open-Source Framework for Stress-Testing Non-Invasive Foetal ECG Extraction Algorithms.
PhysioNet Receives Major Award
19 April 2016 12:00:00 AM EST
The Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) announced that the Foundation’s highest honor, the Laufman-Greatbatch Award for 2016, was being awarded for the creation and development of the PhysioNet Resource.
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