Ary Louis Goldberger, M.D.
This page shows the publications co-authored by Ary Goldberger and Roger Davis.
Costa MD, Redline S, Davis RB, Heckbert SR, Soliman EZ, Goldberger AL. Heart Rate Fragmentation as a Novel Biomarker of Adverse Cardiovascular Events: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis. Front Physiol. 2018; 9:1117.
Costa MD, Davis RB, Goldberger AL. Heart Rate Fragmentation: A Symbolic Dynamical Approach. Front Physiol. 2017; 8:827.
Costa MD, Davis RB, Goldberger AL. Heart Rate Fragmentation: A New Approach to the Analysis of Cardiac Interbeat Interval Dynamics. Front Physiol. 2017; 8:255.
Henriques TS, Costa MD, Mathur P, Mathur P, Davis RB, Mittleman MA, Khabbaz KR, Goldberger AL, Subramaniam B. Complexity of preoperative blood pressure dynamics: possible utility in cardiac surgical risk assessment. J Clin Monit Comput. 2019 Feb; 33(1):31-38.
Subramaniam B, Khabbaz KR, Heldt T, Lerner AB, Mittleman MA, Davis RB, Goldberger AL, Costa MD. Blood pressure variability: can nonlinear dynamics enhance risk assessment during cardiovascular surgery? J Cardiothorac Vasc Anesth. 2014 Apr; 28(2):392-7.
Wayne PM, Manor B, Novak V, Costa MD, Hausdorff JM, Goldberger AL, Ahn AC, Yeh GY, Peng CK, Lough M, Davis RB, Quilty MT, Lipsitz LA. A systems biology approach to studying Tai Chi, physiological complexity and healthy aging: design and rationale of a pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Contemp Clin Trials. 2013 Jan; 34(1):21-34.
Yeh GY, Mietus JE, Peng CK, Phillips RS, Davis RB, Wayne PM, Goldberger AL, Thomas RJ. Enhancement of sleep stability with Tai Chi exercise in chronic heart failure: preliminary findings using an ECG-based spectrogram method. Sleep Med. 2008 Jul; 9(5):527-36.
Yeh GY, Wood MJ, Lorell BH, Stevenson LW, Eisenberg DM, Wayne PM, Goldberger AL, Davis RB, Phillips RS. Effects of tai chi mind-body movement therapy on functional status and exercise capacity in patients with chronic heart failure: a randomized controlled trial. Am J Med. 2004 Oct 15; 117(8):541-8.
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