Irena Jekova
Irena Jekova
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Comparative study of morphological and time-frequency ECG descriptors for heartbeat classification
I Christov, G Gómez-Herrero, V Krasteva, I Jekova, A Gotchev, ...
Medical engineering & physics 28 (9), 876-887, 2006
2432006
Premature ventricular contraction classification by the Kth nearest-neighbours rule
I Christov, I Jekova, G Bortolan
Physiological measurement 26 (1), 123, 2005
1192005
Assessment and comparison of different methods for heartbeat classification
I Jekova, G Bortolan, I Christov
Medical Engineering & Physics 30 (2), 248-257, 2008
1072008
Real time detection of ventricular fibrillation and tachycardia
I Jekova, V Krasteva
Physiological measurement 25 (5), 1167, 2004
1002004
Comparison of five algorithms for the detection of ventricular fibrillation from the surface ECG
I Jekova
Physiological measurement 21 (4), 429, 2000
902000
QRS template matching for recognition of ventricular ectopic beats
V Krasteva, I Jekova
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 35 (12), 2065-2076, 2007
832007
An audiovisual feedback device for compression depth, rate and complete chest recoil can improve the CPR performance of lay persons during self-training on a manikin
V Krasteva, I Jekova, JP Didon
Physiological measurement 32 (6), 687, 2011
612011
Comparison of four methods for premature ventricular contraction and normal beat clustering
G Bortolan, I Jekova, I Christov
Computers in Cardiology, 2005, 921-924, 2005
602005
Shock advisory tool: Detection of life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias and shock success prediction by means of a common parameter set
I Jekova
Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 2 (1), 25-33, 2007
502007
Threshold-based system for noise detection in multilead ECG recordings
I Jekova, V Krasteva, I Christov, R Abächerli
Physiological measurement 33 (9), 1463, 2012
492012
Assessment of ECG frequency and morphology parameters for automatic classification of life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias
V Krasteva, I Jekova
Physiological measurement 26 (5), 707, 2005
402005
Shock advisory system for heart rhythm analysis during cardiopulmonary resuscitation using a single ECG input of automated external defibrillators
V Krasteva, I Jekova, I Dotsinsky, JP Didon
Annals of Biomedical Engineering 38 (4), 1326-1336, 2010
342010
Superiority of classification tree versus cluster, fuzzy and discriminant models in a heartbeat classification system
V Krasteva, I Jekova, R Leber, R Schmid, R Abächerli
PloS one 10 (10), e0140123, 2015
312015
Method for ventricular fibrillation detection in the external electrocardiogram using nonlinear prediction
I Jekova, J Dushanova, D Popivanov
Physiological measurement 23 (2), 337, 2002
312002
Shock advisory system with minimal delay triggering after end of chest compressions: accuracy and gained hands-off time
JP Didon, V Krasteva, S Ménétré, T Stoyanov, I Jekova
Resuscitation 82, S8-S15, 2011
272011
Bench study of the accuracy of a commercial AED arrhythmia analysis algorithm in the presence of electromagnetic interferences
I Jekova, V Krasteva, S Ménétré, T Stoyanov, I Christov, R Fleischhackl, ...
Physiological measurement 30 (7), 695, 2009
272009
Clinical experience with a low-energy pulsed biphasic waveform in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
JP Didon, G Fontaine, RD White, I Jekova, JJ Schmid, A Cansell
Resuscitation 76 (3), 350-353, 2008
272008
Pattern recognition and optimal parameter selection in premature ventricular contraction classification
I Jekova, G Bortolan, I Christov
Computers in Cardiology, 2004, 357-360, 2004
272004
Defibrillation shock success estimation by a set of six parameters derived from the electrocardiogram
I Jekova, F Mougeolle, A Valance
Physiological Measurement 25 (5), 1179, 2004
272004
Real-time arrhythmia detection with supplementary ECG quality and pulse wave monitoring for the reduction of false alarms in ICUs
V Krasteva, I Jekova, R Leber, R Schmid, R Abächerli
Physiological measurement 37 (8), 1273, 2016
242016
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