Phase space is a well-accepted field of advanced mathematics and physics that is used to model dynamic systems. The continuous electromechanical pumping action of the heart is a classic example of a dynamic system. The intrinsic signals emitted by the heart can be measured and mathematically modeled using phase space.
Simple Phase Space
A simple example is an oscillating pendulum. The motion of an “ideal” pendulum is smooth and predictable, swinging at a constant width and rate. The back-and-forth movement can be mathematically modeled by phase space trajectory as a full circle.
Complex Phase Space
A healthy heart pumps through a series of coordinated contractions maintained by a carefully synchronized system. When a diseased heart pumps, it lacks normal synchronization and coordination, and we can measure and map irregular cardiac signals without radiation or cardiac stress to identify informative patterns that can be indicative of heart disease.
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Our expert team of data scientists have developed software to analyze medical data. Leveraging the power of advanced machine learning techniques, we can generate predictors for algorithm development. Machine-learned algorithms generated from our clinical database analyze patient phase signals and have the potential to enable physicians to make better diagnoses.