HRV | Frequency Domain Analysis with AcqKnowledge Automation

Thursday, October 5, 2023

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Join us to learn how to automate and standardize procedures in HRV Frequency Domain Analysis. Spectral analysis of HRV is a noninvasive and user-friendly tool for evaluating cardiac autonomic function. This analysis assists those studying autonomic functions in normal subjects following various interventions and across different time periods. Workflow is a drag-and-drop tool that allows you to automate many tasks in AcqKnowledge without the need for programming. Workflow can run on a single file or be used to batch process tasks across many files. This training will show attendees how to create simple workflows, from opening files, to conditioning and preparing data for analysis, to the extraction of meaningful information in HRV research.

You will learn:

  • Introduction to HRV
  • HRV frequency domain analysis
  • Preparation for automation with scripting and Workflow
    • Opening graph files and displaying data
    • Channel Management: labels, duplication, display, auto scale, etc.
    • Transformations: Filtering, Derivative, Smoothing, Waveform math, etc.
    • Standardized conditioning protocols for analysis preparation
    • Find Cycle: measurements, event marks, focus areas, etc.
  • Analysis routines and custom sequences
    • Analysis routines for HRV
    • Measurements
  • Customized batch processing routines for your study protocol

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About Sanjay Sood 

Sanjay is a medical graduate with post-graduation in Physiology and a Ph.D. from the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi. He has approximately 32 years of experience working with a diverse medical student population in various elite medical schools. He joined BIOPAC as a consultant and now oversees Middle East Sales for BIOPAC.

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