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  • 1.   A fuzzy logic based apnoea monitor for SIDS risk infants

    This article discusses a fuzzy logic based apnoea monitor for sudden infant death syndrome risk infants which greatly improves the reliability and usefulness of monitoring

    J Med Eng Technol, Vol: 30 Page: 397-411 2006 Nov-Dec
    M. J. Burke; R. Downes

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  • 2.   An evaluation of automated neonatal seizure detection methods

    This study examined 3 published automated algorithms for detecting seizures in neonatal EEG

    Clin Neurophysiol, Vol: 116 Page: 1533-41 July 2005
    S. Faul; G. Boylan; S. Connolly; L. Marnane; G. Lightbody

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  • 3.   Automatic detection of gait events using kinematic data

    The aim of this study was to examine an algorithm which automatically determines the transitions between stance and swing phase of gait using kinematic data recorded by a motion capture system, which is routinely used in gait analysis laboratories.

    Gait Posture, Vol: 25 Page: 469-74 March 2007
    C. M. O'Connor; S. K. Thorpe; M. J. O'Malley; C. L. Vaughan

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  • 4.   Cerebral palsy in Northern Ireland: 1981--93

    This study aimed to describe the method of compilation of the Northern Ireland Cerebral Palsy Register (NICPR) and outlines the epidemiology of cerebral palsy (CP) in Northern Ireland in 1981--93

    Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol, Vol: 15 Page: 278-86 July 2001
    J. Parkes; H. Dolk; N. Hill; S. Pattenden

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  • 5.   Characterization of changes in blood vessel width and tortuosity in retinopathy of prematurity using image analysis

    This article discusses characterization of changes in blood vessel width and tortuosity in retinopathy of prematurity using image analysis

    Med Image Anal, Vol: 6 Page: 407-29 December 2002
    C. Heneghan; J. Flynn; M. O'Keefe; M. Cahill

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  • 6.   Combination of EEG and ECG for improved automatic neonatal seizure detection

    This study aimed to describe a combination of an ECG-based classifier system with a novel multi-channel EEG-based classifier system to develop an improved neonatal seizure detection performance

    Clin Neurophysiol, Vol: 118 Page: 1348-59 June 2007
    B. R. Greene; G. B. Boylan; R. B. Reilly; P. de Chazal; S. Connolly

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  • 7.   Electrocardiogram based neonatal seizure detection

    The aim of this study was to examine a method for the detection of seizures in the newborn using the electrocardiogram signal

    IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, Vol: 54 Page: 673-82 April 2007
    B. R. Greene; P. de Chazal; G. B. Boylan; S. Connolly; R. B. Reilly

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  • 8.   Evaluation of the role of pin fixation versus collar and cuff immobilisation in supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children

    This study evaluated the role of pin fixation versus collar and cuff immobilisation in supracondylar fractures of the humerus in children

    Injury, Vol: 31 Page: 163-7 April 2000
    J. G. Kennedy; K. El Abed; K. Soffe; S. Kearns; D. Mulcahy; F. Condon; D. Moore; F. Dowling; E. Fogarty

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  • 9.   Gaussian process modeling of EEG for the detection of neonatal seizures

    This study aimed to describe the gaussian process modeling of EEG for the detection of neonatal seizures

    IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, Vol: 54 Page: 2151-62 December 2007
    S. Faul; G. Gregorcic; G. Boylan; W. Marnane; G. Lightbody; S. Connolly

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  • 10.   Multi-channel EEG based neonatal seizure detection

    This study aimed to describe a multi-channel method for patient specific and patient independent, EEG based neonatal seizure detection

    Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, Vol: 1 Page: 4679-84 2006
    B. R. Greene; R. B. Reilly; G. Boylan; P. de Chazal; S. Connolly

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  • 11.   The limping child: an algorithm to outrule musculoskeletal sepsis

    The aim of this study was to create a clinically useful algorithm to allow exclusion of 'musculoskeletal sepsis' as a differential diagnosis in the child presenting with limp

    Ir J Med Sci, Vol: 176 Page: 181-7 September 2007
    R. A. Delaney; B. Lenehan; L. O'Sullivan; A. J. McGuinness; J. T. Street

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