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Repolarization Heterogeneity: The Predictive Parameter of Magnetocardiography

Identification of ischemic heart disease via machine learning analysis on magnetocardiograms

The combined use of machine learning methodologies can maximize ischemic heart disease screening on high risk population which serves as a beneficial assistance in MCG interpretation and rapid diagnosis.

Machine Learning

Incremental diagnostic value of combined quantitative and qualitative parameters of magnetocardiography to detect coronary artery disease

Qualitative assessment of non-dipole phenomenon has a better diagnostic value than the quantitative parameter of percent change of ST-segment fluctuation score in the detection of significant CAD.

ST-Segment Fluctuation

Usefulness of Magnetocardiography to Detect Coronary Artery Disease and Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy

MCG is clinically feasible as a non-invasive tool for diagnosis of CAD, and could be used as a surrogate marker of cardiac allograft vasculopathy.

Cardiac allograft vasculopathy

Validation of magnetocardiography versus fractional flow reserve for detection of coronary artery disease

MCG accurately detects functionally significant CAD as defined by using FFR, provides an assessment of ischemic status in agreement with the change of ST-segment fluctuation score, and accurately localizes the ischemic territory in bull's eye mapping. Therefore, MCG may provide an incremental value for prediction of myocardial ischemia non-invasively and safely in clinical practice with fast examination time.

Myochardial Ischemia
FFR

Diagnostic outcomes of magnetocardiography in patients with coronary artery disease

MCG under condition of an advanced data analysis has higher diagnostic value and is superior to ECG and echocardiography for patients with CAD.

ECG
Echocardiography

Dobutamine stress magnetocardiography for the detection of significant coronary artery stenoses - a prospective study in comparison with simultaneous 12-lead electrocardiography

Dobutamine stress-MCG (DS-MCG) can be performed with a standard dobutamine/atropine stress protocol. DS-MCG yields a significantly higher accuracy for the detection of significant coronary artery stenosis than DS-ECG.

DS-MCG

Predictive value of the complex magnetocardiographic index in patients with intermediate pretest probability of chronic coronary artery disease: results of a two-center study

It can be shown that values from an MCG index were significantly higher in patients with stenosis 70% or more compared with the patients without stenosis and healthy volunteers.

MCG Index
Stenosis

Magnetocardiography for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis

The pooled test characteristics for MCG are similar to those of existing noninvasive modalities for diagnosing CAD. The results suggest that MCG is a potential complementary or alternative tool for noninvasive detection of CAD.

Non-invasive detection

Unshielded magnetocardiography: Repeatability and reproducibility of automatically estimated ventricular repolarization parameters in 204 healthy subjects

Reliable MCG can be performed into an unshielded hospital ambulatory, with repeatability and reproducibility of quantitative assessment of ventricular repolarization adequate for clinical purposes.

Ventrical Repolarization

Early Myocardial Repolarization Heterogeneity Is Detected by Magnetocardiography in Diabetic Patients with Cardiovascular Risk Factors

Spatial heterogeneity of myocardial repolarization measured by MCG is positively associated cardiovascular risk factors including adiposity, smoking, and total cholesterol levels.

Myocardial Repolarization

Repolarization Heterogeneity of Magnetocardiography Predicts Long-Term Prognosis in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction

Repolarization heterogeneity measured by MCG may be a useful predictor for AMI prognosis.

Repolarization heterogeneity
AMI prognosis

Coronary Artery Disease (Detection of Myocardial Ischemia)

Identification of ischemic heart disease via machine learning analysis on magnetocardiograms

The combined use of machine learning methodologies can maximize ischemic heart disease screening on high risk population which serves as a beneficial assistance in MCG interpretation and rapid diagnosis.

Machine Learning

Incremental diagnostic value of combined quantitative and qualitative parameters of magnetocardiography to detect coronary artery disease

Qualitative assessment of non-dipole phenomenon has a better diagnostic value than the quantitative parameter of percent change of ST-segment fluctuation score in the detection of significant CAD.

ST-Segment Fluctuation

Usefulness of Magnetocardiography to Detect Coronary Artery Disease and Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy

MCG is clinically feasible as a non-invasive tool for diagnosis of CAD, and could be used as a surrogate marker of cardiac allograft vasculopathy.

Cardiac allograft vasculopathy

Validation of magnetocardiography versus fractional flow reserve for detection of coronary artery disease

MCG accurately detects functionally significant CAD as defined by using FFR, provides an assessment of ischemic status in agreement with the change of ST-segment fluctuation score, and accurately localizes the ischemic territory in bull's eye mapping. Therefore, MCG may provide an incremental value for prediction of myocardial ischemia non-invasively and safely in clinical practice with fast examination time.

Myochardial Ischemia
FFR

Diagnostic outcomes of magnetocardiography in patients with coronary artery disease

MCG under condition of an advanced data analysis has higher diagnostic value and is superior to ECG and echocardiography for patients with CAD.

ECG
Echocardiography

Dobutamine stress magnetocardiography for the detection of significant coronary artery stenoses - a prospective study in comparison with simultaneous 12-lead electrocardiography

Dobutamine stress-MCG (DS-MCG) can be performed with a standard dobutamine/atropine stress protocol. DS-MCG yields a significantly higher accuracy for the detection of significant coronary artery stenosis than DS-ECG.

DS-MCG

Predictive value of the complex magnetocardiographic index in patients with intermediate pretest probability of chronic coronary artery disease: results of a two-center study

It can be shown that values from an MCG index were significantly higher in patients with stenosis 70% or more compared with the patients without stenosis and healthy volunteers.

MCG Index
Stenosis

Magnetocardiography for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis

The pooled test characteristics for MCG are similar to those of existing noninvasive modalities for diagnosing CAD. The results suggest that MCG is a potential complementary or alternative tool for noninvasive detection of CAD.

Non-invasive detection

Unshielded magnetocardiography: Repeatability and reproducibility of automatically estimated ventricular repolarization parameters in 204 healthy subjects

Reliable MCG can be performed into an unshielded hospital ambulatory, with repeatability and reproducibility of quantitative assessment of ventricular repolarization adequate for clinical purposes.

Ventrical Repolarization

Early Myocardial Repolarization Heterogeneity Is Detected by Magnetocardiography in Diabetic Patients with Cardiovascular Risk Factors

Spatial heterogeneity of myocardial repolarization measured by MCG is positively associated cardiovascular risk factors including adiposity, smoking, and total cholesterol levels.

Myocardial Repolarization

Repolarization Heterogeneity of Magnetocardiography Predicts Long-Term Prognosis in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction

Repolarization heterogeneity measured by MCG may be a useful predictor for AMI prognosis.

Repolarization heterogeneity
AMI prognosis

Computational Methods for Magnetocardiography Analysis

Identification of ischemic heart disease via machine learning analysis on magnetocardiograms

The combined use of machine learning methodologies can maximize ischemic heart disease screening on high risk population which serves as a beneficial assistance in MCG interpretation and rapid diagnosis.

Machine Learning

Incremental diagnostic value of combined quantitative and qualitative parameters of magnetocardiography to detect coronary artery disease

Qualitative assessment of non-dipole phenomenon has a better diagnostic value than the quantitative parameter of percent change of ST-segment fluctuation score in the detection of significant CAD.

ST-Segment Fluctuation

Usefulness of Magnetocardiography to Detect Coronary Artery Disease and Cardiac Allograft Vasculopathy

MCG is clinically feasible as a non-invasive tool for diagnosis of CAD, and could be used as a surrogate marker of cardiac allograft vasculopathy.

Cardiac allograft vasculopathy

Validation of magnetocardiography versus fractional flow reserve for detection of coronary artery disease

MCG accurately detects functionally significant CAD as defined by using FFR, provides an assessment of ischemic status in agreement with the change of ST-segment fluctuation score, and accurately localizes the ischemic territory in bull's eye mapping. Therefore, MCG may provide an incremental value for prediction of myocardial ischemia non-invasively and safely in clinical practice with fast examination time.

Myochardial Ischemia
FFR

Diagnostic outcomes of magnetocardiography in patients with coronary artery disease

MCG under condition of an advanced data analysis has higher diagnostic value and is superior to ECG and echocardiography for patients with CAD.

ECG
Echocardiography

Dobutamine stress magnetocardiography for the detection of significant coronary artery stenoses - a prospective study in comparison with simultaneous 12-lead electrocardiography

Dobutamine stress-MCG (DS-MCG) can be performed with a standard dobutamine/atropine stress protocol. DS-MCG yields a significantly higher accuracy for the detection of significant coronary artery stenosis than DS-ECG.

DS-MCG

Predictive value of the complex magnetocardiographic index in patients with intermediate pretest probability of chronic coronary artery disease: results of a two-center study

It can be shown that values from an MCG index were significantly higher in patients with stenosis 70% or more compared with the patients without stenosis and healthy volunteers.

MCG Index
Stenosis

Magnetocardiography for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis

The pooled test characteristics for MCG are similar to those of existing noninvasive modalities for diagnosing CAD. The results suggest that MCG is a potential complementary or alternative tool for noninvasive detection of CAD.

Non-invasive detection

Unshielded magnetocardiography: Repeatability and reproducibility of automatically estimated ventricular repolarization parameters in 204 healthy subjects

Reliable MCG can be performed into an unshielded hospital ambulatory, with repeatability and reproducibility of quantitative assessment of ventricular repolarization adequate for clinical purposes.

Ventrical Repolarization

Early Myocardial Repolarization Heterogeneity Is Detected by Magnetocardiography in Diabetic Patients with Cardiovascular Risk Factors

Spatial heterogeneity of myocardial repolarization measured by MCG is positively associated cardiovascular risk factors including adiposity, smoking, and total cholesterol levels.

Myocardial Repolarization

Repolarization Heterogeneity of Magnetocardiography Predicts Long-Term Prognosis in Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction

Repolarization heterogeneity measured by MCG may be a useful predictor for AMI prognosis.

Repolarization heterogeneity
AMI prognosis