Authors: Michael Harney
This paper describes a method of tracking the electromagnetic dipole, with a three-dimensional representation of the dipole being graphically displayed in real-time so as to provide diagnostic information about a patient's heart. By knowing the coordinates and orientation of the heart dipole and comparing this data with a healthy heart, cardio-specialists may be able to determine where damaged tissue is located or other diseases in progress.
Comments: 6 pages
[v1] 1 Oct 2011
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