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Experimental Results on a New Method for Analysis of Heart Rate Variability

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A new method for HRV analysis is described and experimental results are given.

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Conte, E. , Giroldini, W. , Laterza, V. , Conte, S. , Pieralice, M. , Casciaro, F. , De Luca, G. , Giuliano, A. , Mendolicchio, L. and Todarello, O. (2014) Experimental Results on a New Method for Analysis of Heart Rate Variability. World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases, 4, 385-389. doi: 10.4236/wjcd.2014.48048.

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