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Principles of heart rate variability (HRV) and its practical application (recording available)

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Who this event is for

  • Academic community

Location

JHB 208, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane site

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The content will cover different aspects of heart rate variability from what HRV is, technical
differences in technology, IBI vs. RR/plethysmography vs. ECG. The measurement of HRV
including the requirement for normal sinus rhythm, beat and arrhythmia analysis and time
domain and frequency domain will also be addressed. This will be translated into the
relevance of HRV latency and the so called “ Fire of Life”. Conclusions will be drawn form
this for the practical application in sleep and recovery monitoring and diagnostics.
The Presenter
Simon Dickinson – is the Director of SMART Medical Ltd. and has over 30 years of
experience in ECG diagnostics and the development of medical electronic diagnostic
equipment in critical care, anaesthesia and haemodynamic monitoring. SMART Medical
since 2002 have served the UK research market with innovative cardiovascular products
including ambulatory ECG monitoring and HRV, developing the current research standard as
used in most CV BRU's.