Research on a new technology in Trayanova lab highlighted by Heart Rhythm editorial


A new article in the journal Heart Rhythm entitled “Mapping of cardiac electrical activation with electromechanical wave imaging: An in silico–in vivo reciprocity study” from Trayanova lab was highlighted by an editorial. The goal of the research in the published article was to model ultrasound electromechanical wave imaging in the heart using an anatomically realistic electro-mechanical model of the ventricles, and establish the capability of the methodology to map the electrical activation sequence in vivo. According to the editorial, the article “stands out as an extremely important and promising step toward the realization of the long-needed clinical imaging modality of intramural cardiac electrical activity.”


JHU - Institute for Computational Medicine