IBT Publications by Pollnow of the year 2017


Journal Articles (1)

S. Pollnow, J. Greiner, T. Oesterlein, E. M. Wülfers, A. Loewe, and O. Dössel.
Mini Electrodes on Ablation Catheters: Valuable Addition or Redundant Information? Insights from a Computational Study.
In Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine, vol. 2017(Article ID 168629) , pp. 13, 2017
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Conference Contributions (7)

S. Pollnow, R. Arnold, M. Werber, O. Dössel, and G. Seemann.
Hyperthermia dependence of cardiac conduction velocity in rat myocardium: Optical mapping and cardiac near field measurements.
In 39th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), pp. 3688-3691, 2017
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S. Pollnow, A. Noshadi, M. Kircher, G. Guthausen, T. Oether, and O. Dössel.
3D reconstruction of ablation lesions from in-vitro preparations using MRI.
In Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 3(2) , pp. 437-440, 2017
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O. Dössel, G. Lenis, A. Loewe, S. Pollnow, M. Rottmann, B. Verma, C. Schmitt, A. Luik, and T. Oesterlein.
Atrial Signals Modeling Meets Biosignal Analysis.
In IFMBE Proceedings, vol. 65, pp. 723-726, 2017
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C. Gross, S. Pollnow, O. Dössel, and G. Lenis.
Automatic feature extraction algorithms for the assessment of in-vitro electrical recordings of rat myocardium with ablation lesions.
In Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 3(2) , pp. 249-252, 2017
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A. Noshadi, M. Kircher, S. Pollnow, G. Elke, I. Frerichs, and O. Dössel.
Automatic lung segmentation in the presence of alveolar collapse.
In Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 3(2) , pp. 807-810, 2017
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M. Stritt, T. Oesterlein, S. Pollnow, A. Luik, and C. Schmitt.
Assessment of local high-density mapping for the analysis of radiofrequency ablation lesions in the left atrium.
In Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering, vol. 3(2) , pp. 109-112, 2017
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A. Loewe, R. Andlauer, S. Pollnow, J. Greiner, T. G. Oesterlein, G. Seemann, and O. Dössel.
Validation upside down - In-silico models to sound the potential and limitations of diagnostic tools.
In TRM Forum, 2017