56 years old male with cardiostimulator and spontateous ventricular extrasystoles after large anterior myocardial infarction in the past. Data was recorded from the torso surface. Cardiac, lung, and torso geometries were acquired and meshed. Signals were recorded in two modes: 1) with pacing in the apex of the right ventricle at 100 bpm and 2) with no pacing and spontaneous premature ventricular contractions.



Species: Human
Keywords: Human mapping, RV-RA, LV-LA, epicardial, inhomogeneous torso, myocardial infarction.
Software: SCIRun, map3d

Simulated ventricular pacings, with and without scars, 5 surface source models, 3 resolutions, BEM

This datasets contains excitation simulations of pacings at three locations in the ventricles (LV lateral wall, RV lateral wall and RV septal wall). Pacings were simulated under physiological conditions (no scars) and pathological conditions (various configurations of lines of block at the interventricular junction and round scar patches on the LV lateral wall). All simulations were performed on the same geometry. For each case, five different types of source signals are provided: Transmembrane voltages, epi- and endocardial extracellular potentials (EPs), pericardial EPs, epi- and endocardial equivalent single layer (ESL) sources and pericardial ESL sources. Source signals and corresponding forward matrices are provided for 3 different cardiac mesh resolutions.
These simulations were originally designed to study the occurence of artificial lines of block and the detection of real lines of block in ECGI-derived activation maps. However, they can also be used to compare different source models and resolutions on a common dataset.

Species: Human
Keywords: Simulated ventricular pacings, with and without scars, 5 surface source models, 3 resolutions, BEM
Software: SCIRun, map3d

Body surface maps (BSPM) due to isolated ventricular pacing sites in CRT patients. Heart and torso triangular meshes were generated from patients' CT images using Amycard 01C system.

For more information and if this dataset is used for analysis please refer to and cite the following publication:

Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

Species: Human
Keywords:
Software:

Papers To Cite When Using Dataset: 

1) Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

2) Aras, Kedar & Good, Wilson & Tate, Jess & Burton, Brett & Brooks, Dana & Coll-Font, Jaume & Doessel, Olaf & Schulze, Walther H W & Potyagaylo, Danila & Wang, Linwei & Dam, Peter & MacLeod, Rob. (2015). Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository-EDGAR. Journal of electrocardiology. 48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2015.08.008

Body surface maps (BSPM) due to isolated ventricular pacing sites in CRT patients. Heart and torso triangular meshes were generated from patients' CT images using Amycard 01C system.

For more information and if this dataset is used for analysis please refer to and cite the following publication:

Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

Species: Human
Keywords:
Software:

Papers To Cite When Using Dataset: 

1) Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

2) Aras, Kedar & Good, Wilson & Tate, Jess & Burton, Brett & Brooks, Dana & Coll-Font, Jaume & Doessel, Olaf & Schulze, Walther H W & Potyagaylo, Danila & Wang, Linwei & Dam, Peter & MacLeod, Rob. (2015). Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository-EDGAR. Journal of electrocardiology. 48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2015.08.008

Body surface maps (BSPM) due to isolated ventricular pacing sites in CRT patients. Heart and torso triangular meshes were generated from patients' CT images using Amycard 01C system.

For more information and if this dataset is used for analysis please refer to and cite the following publication:

Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

Species: Human
Keywords:
Software:

Papers To Cite When Using Dataset: 

1) Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)
 
2) Aras, Kedar & Good, Wilson & Tate, Jess & Burton, Brett & Brooks, Dana & Coll-Font, Jaume & Doessel, Olaf & Schulze, Walther H W & Potyagaylo, Danila & Wang, Linwei & Dam, Peter & MacLeod, Rob. (2015). Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository-EDGAR. Journal of electrocardiology. 48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2015.08.008

Body surface maps (BSPM) due to isolated ventricular pacing sites in CRT patients. Heart and torso triangular meshes were generated from patients' CT images using Amycard 01C system.

For more information and if this dataset is used for analysis please refer to and cite the following publication:

Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

Species: Human
Keywords:
Software:

Papers To Cite When Using Dataset: 

1) Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)
 
2) Aras, Kedar & Good, Wilson & Tate, Jess & Burton, Brett & Brooks, Dana & Coll-Font, Jaume & Doessel, Olaf & Schulze, Walther H W & Potyagaylo, Danila & Wang, Linwei & Dam, Peter & MacLeod, Rob. (2015). Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository-EDGAR. Journal of electrocardiology. 48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2015.08.008

Body surface maps (BSPM) due to isolated ventricular pacing sites in CRT patients. Heart and torso triangular meshes were generated from patients' CT images using Amycard 01C system.

For more information and if this dataset is used for analysis please refer to and cite the following publication:

Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)

Species: Human
Keywords:
Software:

Papers To Cite When Using Dataset: 

1) Potyagaylo D, Chmelevsky M et al. ECG Adapted Fastest Route Algorithm to Localize the Ectopic Excitation Origin in CRT Patients, Frontiers Physiol 2019 (10)
 
2) Aras, Kedar & Good, Wilson & Tate, Jess & Burton, Brett & Brooks, Dana & Coll-Font, Jaume & Doessel, Olaf & Schulze, Walther H W & Potyagaylo, Danila & Wang, Linwei & Dam, Peter & MacLeod, Rob. (2015). Experimental Data and Geometric Analysis Repository-EDGAR. Journal of electrocardiology. 48. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2015.08.008

Torso tank and epicardial ventricular sock recordings of RV paced, LV paced, and sinus rhythm after LBBB induction through ablation.
Geometries were generated from MRI of the tank.

Species: porcine
Keywords: Torso Tank, LBBB, Epicardial, Torso
Software: Map3d

We used a 599 electrode cage in a 192 torso tank electrodes to record signals for this ischemia study. The study protocol included a combination of RV or LV pacing and demand interventions. There were a total of 3 interventions executed and each intervention lasted for approximately 13 minutes with 15 minutes of recovery period between interventions.

Species: Dog
Keywords: BSPM, Ischemia, Torso Tank, BEM, Cage Recordings
Software: Seg3D, SCIRun, map3d, Cleaver