IBT Publications by Kaltenbacher


Conference Contributions (5)

W. Kaltenbacher, M. Rottmann, and O. Dössel.
An algorithm to automatically determine the cycle length coverage to identify rotational activity during atrial fibrillation a simulation study.
In Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 2(1) , pp. 167-170, 2016
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M. Rottmann, H. Lehrmann, V. Markstein, U. Arslan, W. Kaltenbacher, L. Kienle, J. Zürn, R. Weber, J. Allgeier, C. Keyl, D. Trenk, F.-J. Neumann, O. Dössel, T. Arentz, and A. S. Jadidi.
V 1333 Rotational and Focal Drivers Develop at Heterogeneous Atrial Sites Displaying Low Voltage and Slow Conduction – A Clinical High-Density Mapping in Persistent AF and High-Resolution Simulation.
In Frühjahrstagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kardiologie, 2017
M. Rottmann, W. Kaltenbacher, G. Seemann, V. Markstein, H. Lehmann, J. Allgeier, R. Weber, O. Dössel, T. Arentz, A. Jadidi, and . ASIG.
V991 - Impact of catheter design for identification of rotational activity in atrial fibrillation.
In Clin Res Cardiol, vol. 105(s1) , 2016
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M. Rottmann, V. Markstein, U. Arslan, H. Lehrmann, J. Allgeier, R. Weber, W. Kaltenbacher, O. Dössel, T. Arentz, and A. S. Jadidi.
Impact of Three Dimensional Atrial Fibrosis on Development and Stability of Rotational and Focal Sources in Atrial Fibrillation A 3D Simulation and Clinical High-Density Mapping Study in Persistent Atrial Fibrillation.
In Computing in Cardiology, vol. 43, pp. 157-160, 2016
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M. Rottmann, L. Unger, W. Kaltenbacher, G. Seemann, A. Loewe, M. W. Krueger, A. S. Jadidi, T. Arentz, and O. Doessel.
Methods for analyzing signal characteristics of stable and unstable rotors in a realistic heart model.
In 2015 Computing in Cardiology Conference (CinC), pp. 485-488, 2015
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Student Theses (1)

W. Kaltenbacher.
Local Activation Time based Methods for Parameter Estimation of Rotors with different Catheter Designs.
Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Bachelorarbeit. 2015
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