books and approximately publications in the field of Medical by lizbethbennett


									2 books and approximately 70 publications in the field of Medical Physics and Clinical Neurophysiology. Most recent: Books 1) Holder DS. (2005) Electrical Impedance Tomography : Methods, history and applications. Institute of Physics Press : London. Selected recent papers in refereed journals 1) Holder D, Cameron J and Binnie C (2003) Tele-EEG in epilepsy: review and initial experience with software to enable EEG review over a telephone link Seizure 12, 85-91. 2) Tidswell AT, A P Bagshaw, DS Holder, RJ Yerworth, L Eadie, S Murray, L Morgan and R H Bayford (2003) A comparison of headnet electrode arrays for Electrical Impedance Tomography of the human head. Physiol. Meas., 24, 527-544. 3) Yerworth R, Bayford RH, Brown B, Milnes P, Conway M, Holder DS (2003) Electrical Impedance Tomography Spectroscopy (EITS) for Human Head Imaging. Physiol. Meas., 24, 477-490. 4) Dong G, Bayford RH, Gao S, Saito Y, Yerworth R, Holder D and Yan W (2003) The application of the generalized vector sample pattern matching method for EIT image reconstruction. Physiol. Meas., 24, 449-466. 5) Bagshaw A P, A D Liston, R H Bayford, A Tizzard, A P Gibson, A T Tidswell, M K Sparkes, H Dehghani, C D Binnie and D S Holder (2003). Electrical impedance tomography of human brain function using reconstruction algorithms based on the finite element method. NeuroImage 20, 752-763. 6) Liston AD, RH Bayford and DS Holder (2004) The effect of layers in imaging brain function using Electrical Impedance Tomograghy. Physiol. Meas. 25, 143-158. 7) Ahadzi GM, AD Liston, RH Bayford, DS Holder (2004) Neuromagnetic field strength outside the human head due to impedance changes from neuronal depolarization. Physiol. Meas. 25, 365-378. 8) Dong G, Hesheng L, Bayford RH, Yerworth R, Shangkai G, Holder D, Weili Y. (2004). The spatial resolution improvement of EIT images by GVSPMFOCUSS algorithm. Physiol. Meas. 25, 209 – 225. 9) Fritschy J, Horesh L, Holder DS and Bayford RH (2005) Using the GRID to improve the computation speed of electrical impedance tomography (EIT) reconstruction algorithms Physiol Meas, 26, S209 – 216. 10) Tizzard A, Horesh L, Yerworth R, Holder DS and Bayford RH. (2005) Generating accurate finite element meshes for the forward model of the human head in EIT. Physiol Meas, 26, S251 – 262. 11) Fritschy J, Horesh L, Holder D, Bayford R (2005) Applications of GRID in Clinical Neurophysiology and Electrical Impedance Tomography of Brain Function. Stud Health Technol Inform.112,138-45.

12) Romsauerova A, McEwan A, Holder DS (2006) Identification of a suitable current waveform for acute stroke imaging. Physiol Meas 27, S211-S219. 13) Fabrizi L, Sparkes M, Horesh L, Perez-Juste Abascal, McEwan A, Bayford RH, Elwes R, Binnie CD, Holder DS (2006). Factors limiting the application of electrical impedance tomography for identification of regional conductivity changes using scalp electrodes during epileptic seizures in humans. Physiol Meas 27, S163-S174. 14) Romsauerova A, McEwan A, Horesh L, Yerworth R, Bayford RH, Holder DS (2006). Multi-frequency electrical impedance tomography (EIT) of the adult human head: initial findings in brain tumours, arteriovenous malformations and chronic stroke, development of an analysis method and calibration. Physiol Meas 27, S147-S161. 15) Abel E.W, Meng H, Forster A, Holder,D. (2006) Singularity characteristics of needle EMG IP signals. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng 53 219 – 225. 16) Horesh L, Schweiger M, Bollhofer D, Douiri A, Arridge S, Holder DS (in press). Multi-level preconditioning for 3d large-scale soft-field medical application modelling. Int J Inf Systems Sci. Reviews : 1) Binnie CD and Holder DS The EEG and epilepsy (2000) in The Epilepsies, Part 1. Handbook of Clinical Neurology v. 72. Ed H. Meinardi. Elsevier : Amsterdam. 2) Holder DS (2002) Biomedical applications of Electrical Impedance Tomography. Physiol Meas 23, 3p preceding r1. 3) Enfield L & Holder DS (2002). Electrical impedance tomography of brain function: overview and technical considerations. Int Journal Bioelectromagnetism 4, 199 - 200.

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