Marcelo Risk
Marcelo Risk
Instituto de Medicina Traslacional e Ingeniería Biomédica - CONICET-IUHIBA-HIBA
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Quantitative sensory testing cannot differentiate simulated sensory loss from sensory neuropathy
R Freeman, KP Chase, MR Risk
Neurology 60 (3), 465-470, 2003
Heart rate variability measurement in diabetic neuropathy: review of methods
M Risk, V Bril, C Broadbridge, A Cohen
Diabetes technology & therapeutics 3 (1), 63-76, 2001
Glucose metering system
A Cohen, M Risk, W Menzie, K Knapp, J Schafer
US Patent App. 09/891,572, 2002
Size-controlled nanopores in lipid membranes with stabilizing electric fields
M Laura Fernández, M Risk, R Reigada, P Thomas Vernier
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 2012
Limb venous compliance in patients with idiopathic orthostatic intolerance and postural tachycardia
R Freeman, V Lirofonis, WB Farquhar, M Risk
Journal of Applied Physiology 93 (2), 636-644, 2002
Beat detection and classification of ECG using self organizing maps
MR Risk, JF Sobh, JP Saul
Proceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference of the IEEE …, 1997
User-Centered Design Improves the Usability of Drug-Drug Interaction Alerts: Experimental Comparison of Interfaces
D Luna, D Rizzato Lede, C Otero, M Risk, F Gonzalez Bernaldo de Quiros
Journal of Biomedical Informatics 66 (February), 204-213, 2017
pH front tracking in the electrochemical treatment (EChT) of tumors: Experiments and simulations
P Turjanski, N Olaiz, P Abou-Adal, C Suarez, M Risk, G Marshall
Electrochimica Acta 54 (26), 6199-6206, 2009
Autonomic function in sleep apnea patients: increased heart rate variability except during REM sleep in obese patients
EB Reynolds, G Seda, JC Ware, AI Vinik, MR Risk, NF Fishback
Sleep and Breathing 11, 53-60, 2007
User-centered design to develop clinical applications. Literature review.
D Luna, M Quispe, Z Gonzalez, A Alemrares, M Risk, C Otero
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 216, 967-967, 2015
Fast statistical model-based classification of epileptic EEG signals
A Quintero-Rincón, M Pereyra, C d’Giano, M Risk, H Batatia
Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering 38 (4), 877-889, 2018
Classification of normal and pre-ictal eeg signals using permutation entropies and a generalized linear model as a classifier
FO Redelico, F Traversaro, MC García, W Silva, OA Rosso, M Risk
Entropy 19 (2), 72, 2017
A new algorithm for epilepsy seizure onset detection and spread estimation from EEG signals
A Quintero-Rincon, M Pereyra, H D'Giano, Carlos, Batatia, M Risk
Journal of Physics: Conference Series 705 (doi:10.1088/1742-6596/705/1 …, 2016
Heart rate variability analysis using wavelet transform
LG Gamero, M Risk, JF Sobh, AJ Ramirez, JP Saul
Computers in Cardiology 1996, 177-180, 1996
Dynamic abdominal and thoracic aortomyoplasty in heart failure: assessment of counterpulsation
EIC Fischer, AI Christen, E de Forteza, MR Risk
The Annals of thoracic surgery 67 (4), 1022-1029, 1999
Failure rates and functional results for intercalary femur reconstructions after tumour resection
JI Albergo, LC Gaston, GL Farfalli, M Laitinen, M Parry, MA Ayerza, M Risk, ...
Musculoskeletal surgery, 1-7, 2020
Non-invasive assessment of systemic elastic behaviour in hypertensive patients: analysis of possible determinants.
AI Christen, RA Sánchez, HP Baglivo, RL Armentano, MR Risk
Medical progress through technology 21, 5-11, 1997
Multivariate Bayesian classification of epilepsy EEG signals
A Quintero-Rincón, J Prendes, M Pereyra, H Batatia, M Risk
2016 IEEE 12th Image, Video, and Multidimensional Signal Processing Workshop …, 2016
Bandt-Pompe symbolization dynamics for time series with tied values: A data-driven approach
F Traversaro, FO Redelico, MR Risk, AC Frery, OA Rosso
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 28 (7), 2018
A new approach to assist postoperative heart failure in an animal model: juxta‐aortic counterpulsation
EIC Fischer, AI Christen, MR Risk, FM Pessana, E De Forteza
Artificial organs 26 (10), 819-826, 2002
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