Resources


Database Open Access

The CirCor DigiScope Phonocardiogram Dataset

Jorge Oliveira, Francesco Renna, Paulo Costa, Marcelo Nogueira, Ana Cristina Oliveira, Andoni Elola, Carlos Ferreira, Alipio Jorge, Ali Bahrami Rad, Matthew Reyna, Reza Sameni, Gari Clifford, Miguel Coimbra

A large collection of multi-location heart sound signals, with 5272 records collected from 1568 subjects. Heart murmurs have been annotated by a human annotator based on their time, shape, pitch, grading, quality, location and location intensity.

signal processing murmur pitch george b moody physionet challenge 2022 murmur grading murmur location murmur timing phonocardiogram pregnant murmur shape pediatric murmur detection murmur intensity murmur quality

Published: May 10, 2022. Version: 1.0.3

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Challenge Open Access

Classification of Heart Sound Recordings: The PhysioNet/Computing in Cardiology Challenge 2016

The 2016 PhysioNet/CinC Challenge aims to encourage the development of algorithms to classify heart sound recordings collected from a variety of clinical or nonclinical (such as in-home visits) environments. The aim is to identify, from a single sho…

heart sound challenge phonocardiogram

Published: March 4, 2016. Version: 1.0.0


Software Open Access

De-Identification Software Package

The deid software package includes code and dictionaries for automated location and removal of protected health information (PHI) in free text from medical records.

anonymization deidentification phi

Published: Dec. 18, 2007. Version: 1.1


Challenge Open Access

Electrocardiographic Imaging of Myocardial Infarction: The PhysioNet/Computing in Cardiology Challenge 2007

The aim of Challenge 2007 is to establish how well one can characterize the location and extent of moderate to large, relatively compact infarcts using electrocardiographic evidence (supplemented by a model of the torso geometry and conductivity), i…

imaging challenge ecg

Published: Jan. 2, 2007. Version: 1.0.0


Database Credentialed Access

MS-CXR: Making the Most of Text Semantics to Improve Biomedical Vision-Language Processing

Benedikt Boecking, Naoto Usuyama, Shruthi Bannur, Daniel Coelho de Castro, Anton Schwaighofer, Stephanie Hyland, Maria Teodora Wetscherek, Tristan Naumann, Aditya Nori, Javier Alvarez Valle, Hoifung Poon, Ozan Oktay

MS-CXR is a new dataset containing 1162 Chest X-ray bounding box labels paired with radiology text descriptions, annotated and verified by two board-certified radiologists.

chest x-ray vision-language processing

Published: May 16, 2022. Version: 0.1