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    • Classification of normal and pre-ictal EEG signals using permutation entropies and a generalized linear model as a classifier 

      Redelico, Francisco; Traversaro Varela, Francisco; García, María del Carmen; Silva, Walter; Rosso, Osvaldo A.; Risk, Marcelo (2017-02)
      "In this contribution, a comparison between different permutation entropies as classifiers of electroencephalogram (EEG) records corresponding to normal and pre-ictal states is made. A discrete probability distribution ...
    • Asymmetric patterns of small molecule transport after nanosecond and microsecond electropermeabilization 

      Sözer, Esin B.; Pocetti, Florencia; Vernier, P. Thomas (2018)
      "Imaging of fluorescent small molecule transport into electropermeabilized cells reveals polarized patterns of entry, which must reflect in some way the mechanisms of the migration of these molecules across the compromised ...
    • Fast statistical model-based classification of epileptic EEG signals 

      Quintero-Rincón, Antonio; Pereyra, Marcelo; D'Giano, Carlos; Risk, Marcelo; Batatia, Hadj (2018-01)
      "This paper presents a supervised classification method to accurately detect epileptic brain activity in real-time from electroencephalography (EEG) data. The proposed method has three main strengths: it has low computational ...
    • Transport of charged small molecules after electropermeabilization — drift and diffusion 

      Sözer, Esin B.; Pocetti, Florencia; Vernier, P. Thomas (2018-03)
      "We provide a direct quantitative comparison of molecular transport of three similarly sized but chemically different fluorescent indicators of membrane permeabilization — two cationic molecules (YO-PRO-1 and propidium), ...
    • Electropore formation in mechanically constrained phospholipid bilayers 

      Fernández, María Laura; Risk, Marcelo; Vernier, P. Thomas (2018-04)
      "Molecular dynamics simulations of lipid bilayers in aqueous systems reveal how an applied electric field stabilizes the reorganization of the water–membrane interface into water-filled, membrane-spanning, conductive pores ...
    • Sizing the lung in dogs: the inspiratory capacity defines the tidal volume 

      Donati, Pablo Alejandro; Gogniat, Emiliano; Madorno, Matías; Guevara, Juan Manuel; Guillemi, Eliana Carolina; Lavalle, María del Carmen; Scorza, Francisco Patricio; Mayer, Germán Federico; Rodríguez, Pablo Oscar (2018-06)
      "To evaluate a novel physiological approach for setting the tidal volume in mechanical ventilation according to inspiratory capacity, and to determine if it results in an appropriate mechanical and gas exchange measurements ...
    • Artificial pancreas: clinical study in Latin America without premeal insulin boluses 

      Sánchez Peña, Ricardo S.; Colmegna, Patricio H.; Garelli, Fabricio; De Battista, Hernán; García Violini, Demián; Moscoso-Vásquez, Marcela; Rosales, Nicolás; Fushimi, Emilia; Campos-Náñez, Enrique; Breton, Marc; Beruto, Valeria; Scibona, Paula; Rodriguez, Cintia; Giunta, Javier; Simonovich, Ventura; Belloso, Waldo H.; Cherñavvsky, Daniel; Grosembacher, Luis (2018-09)
      "Background: Emerging therapies such as closed-loop (CL) glucose control, also known as artificial pancreas (AP) systems, have shown significant improvement in type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) management. However, demanding ...
    • Invalidation andlow-order model set for artificial pancreas robust control design 

      Bianchi, Fernando D.; Moscoso-Vásquez, Marcela; Colmegna, Patricio H.; Sánchez Peña, Ricardo S. (2019)
      "The purpose of this work is to compute a linear parameter-varying (LPV) model set that describes the insulin-glucose dynamics in type 1 diabetes (T1D). This set includes a nominal LPV model and dynamic uncertainty and is ...