Permits users to process, analyse and detect physiologically significant events using both classical techniques and novel methods based on statistical physics and nonlinear dynamics. PhysioToolkit is a library of open-source software based on the interactive display and characterization of signals, the creation of new databases, the simulation of physiological and other signals, the quantitative evaluation and comparison of analysis methods, and the analysis of nonstationary processes.
Stores well-characterized biomedical signals for use by research community. PhysioBank is an archive providing more than 70 databases. It contains biomedical signals, such as multi-parameter cardiopulmonary and neural signals, from healthy subjects and different types of patients. The database can serve as a final and permanent repository for time-series data from publicly-funded studies, such as large multicenter clinical trials, or physiological studies conducted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
Contains physiologic signals and vital signs time series captured from patient monitors, and comprehensive clinical data obtained from hospital medical information systems, for tens of thousands of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients. MIMIC databases collect data between 2001 and 2008 from a variety of ICUs (medical, surgical, coronary care, and neonatal) in a single tertiary teaching hospital. The MIMIC Clinical Database contains clinical data from bedside workstations as well as hospital archives. The MIMIC Waveform Database includes records of continuous high-resolution physiologic waveforms and minute-by-minute numeric time series (trends) of physiologic measurements. Many, but not all, of the Waveform Database records are matched to corresponding Clinical Database records (for more information, see Record Matching). Both databases are distributed freely via PhysioNet.
Initiates, promotes, and catalyzes basic-to-bedside research in the study of complex physiologic data. PhysioNet is a web resource that provides: (i) PhysioBank, an archive of digital recordings of physiologic signals and related data, including databases of electrocardiogram and heart rate time series, (ii) PhysioToolkit, a library of open-source software for physiologic signal processing and analysis, and (iii) PhysioNetWork, a virtual laboratory where users can prepare new data and software “works” for publication on PhysioNet.
Contains all diagnoses, drug prescriptions, and selected laboratory test results that can affect an electrocardiograpm (ECG). ECG-ViEW is a downloadable database that provides an opportunity to evaluate the effects of a drug or combination of drugs, on electrophysiological changes in patients with many diseases and drug treatments. It also contains ECG data from healthy people, for possible use as a reference cohort of the general South Korean population. This resource could be an excellent data source for research scientists who study electrophysiological effect of diseases or drug prescription.
A comprehensive database for human surface and intracranial eeg data. It is suitable for a broad range of applications e.g. of time series analyses of brain activity. The organization of this European database will allow for accessibility by a wide spectrum of research groups.