The present issue of our journal is of very special nature. We are constantly analyzing not only the readers’ focus of interest to the publications in our journal, but we are also tracing how cardiometry as a new science is realized by medical doctors and how they apply it in their practice.
The ECG in a new capacity: the most informative source of data on aerobic and anaerobic processes in the cardiac muscle fiber tissue cells
Challenging task of identification of cardiac cycle tones: refined development of a PCG signal processing system
Validity of cardiometric performance data: an integral part of complex assessment of training session effectiveness
Cardiometric detection of effects and patterns of emotional responses by a human individual to verbal, audial and visual stimuli
The new analytical solution of the 3D Navier-Stokes equation for compressible medium clarifies the sixth Millennium Prize problem
The cardio-oculometric detection (COD) is an integrated method aimed at studying personal preferences, individual traits and current functional states of a human individual. The method is based on the use of some cardiac markers and parameters of oculomotor activity in response to specially selected visual and audial stimuli.