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Nahom Kidane
Nahom Kidane
Modeling and Simulation Researcher | Adjunct Professor, ECE Department, Old Dominion University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei odu.edu
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Use of an optical scanning device to monitor the progress of noninvasive treatments for chest wall deformity: a pilot study
RE Kelly Jr, RJ Obermeyer, MA Kuhn, FW Frantz, MF Obeid, N Kidane, ...
The Korean journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery 51 (6), 390, 2018
122018
Validation of an objective assessment instrument for non-surgical treatments of chest wall deformities
MF Obeid, N Kidane, KJ Rechowicz, S Chemlal, RE Kelly, FD McKenzie
Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 22, 273-280, 2016
112016
Orientation invariant ECG-based stethoscope tracking for heart auscultation training on augmented standardized patients
N Kidane, S Chemlal, J Li, FD McKenzie, T Hubbard
Simulation 89 (12), 1450-1458, 2013
62013
Investigating the fidelity of an improvement-assessment tool after one vacuum bell treatment session
MF Obeid, R Obermeyer, N Kidane, RE Kelly, FD McKenzie
Proceedings of the Summer Computer Simulation Conference, 1-4, 2016
52016
Utilizing pre-and postoperative CT to validate an instrument for quantifying pectus excavatum severity
Q Zeng, N Kidane, MF Obeid, C Chen, R Shen, RE Kelly, FD McKenzie
Theory, Methodology, Tools and Applications for Modeling and Simulation of …, 2016
42016
Using EKG signals for virtual pathology stethoscope tracking in standardized patient heart auscultation
N Kidane, S Chemlal, T Hubbard, FD McKenzie
2011 IEEE 37th Annual Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC), 1-2, 2011
42011
Development of deep-learning models for a hybrid simulation of auscultation training on standard patients using an ECG-based virtual pathology stethoscope
H Yhdego, N Kidane, F Mckenzie, M Audette
Simulation 99 (9), 903-915, 2023
32023
An accurate and efficient instrument for monitoring chest wall therapy
N Kidane, MF Obeid, A Daniel, R Obermeyer, RE Kelly, FD McKenzie
2019 IEEE EMBS International Conference on Biomedical & Health Informatics …, 2019
32019
Optical Imaging for Monitoring Pectus Excavatum Therapy
N Kidane, Y Shen, RE Kelly
2021 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM …, 2021
22021
Mobile Application for Measuring Pectus Excavatum Treatment Progress
B Sanders, N Kidane, Y Shen, RE Kelly
2022 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM …, 2022
12022
Evaluating Azure Kinect and Structure Mark-II 3D Surface Scanners for Clinical Chest Wall Deformity Assessment
N Kidane, Y Shen, RE Kelly
2021 Annual Modeling and Simulation Conference (ANNSIM), 1-12, 2021
12021
Statistical Chest Shape Modeling: Application to the Evaluation of Pectus Excavatum Treatment Outcomes
NB Kidane, MF Obeid, FD McKenzie, RJ Obermeyer, RE Kelly
2020 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM …, 2020
12020
ECG-based virtual pathology stethoscope tracking using transfer learning
H Yhdego, N Kidane, F Mckenzie, M Audette
2020 Spring Simulation Conference (SpringSim), 1-7, 2020
12020
Convolutional neural network for ECG-based virtual pathology stethoscope tracking in patient heart auscultation
H Yhdego, N Kidane, S Aggarwal, A Cross, F Mckenzie, M Audette
2019 IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine (BIBM …, 2019
12019
Board 322-research abstract validation of an ecg-based stethoscope tracking technology (submission# 1247)
A Cross, N Kidane, EM Leviste, T Hubbard, F McKenzie
Simulation in Healthcare 8 (6), 528-825, 2013
12013
Development and Validation of a Three-Dimensional Optical Imaging System for Chest Wall Deformity Measurement
NB Kidane
Old Dominion University, 2022
2022
Cardiac Auscultation Teaching and Assessment with ECG-Based Tracking Technology
CATAECGBT Technology
The 15th Annual International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, 2015
2015
Orientation-Invariant ECG-Based Virtual Pathology Stethoscope Tracking for Standardized Patient Heart Auscultation
NB Kidane
2012
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