Journal of Biomedical And Health Informatics
Featured Articles

Featured Articles
ULECGNet: An Ultra-Lightweight End-to-End ECG Classification Neural Network
ECG classification is a key technology in intelligent ECG monitoring. In the past, traditional machine learning methods such as SVM and KNN have been used for ECG classification, but with limited classification accuracy. Recently, the end-to-end neural network has been used for the ECG classification and shows high classification accuracy. However, the end-to-end neural network has large computational complexity including a large number of parameters and operations... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Special Issue onGenerative Adversarial Networks in Biomedical Image Computing
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022,15 papersare published related to the Special Issue onGenerative Adversarial Networks in Biomedical Image Computing.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Special Issue onAI-driven Informatics, Sensing, Imaging and Big Data Analytics for Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022,3 papersare published related to the Special Issue onAI-driven Informatics, Sensing, Imaging and Big Data Analytics for Fighting the COVID-19 Pandemic.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Sensor Informatics
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022,7 papersare published related to the topic Sensor Informatics.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Imaging Informatics
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022, 8 papersare published related to the topic Sensor Informatics.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Medical Informatics
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022, 6 papersare published related to the topic Medical Informatics.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Bioinformatics
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022, 2 papersare published related to the topic Bioinformatics.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles, Special Issues
Public Health Informatics
In this issue, vol. 26, issue 1, January 2022, 1 paper is published related to the topic Public Health Informatics.Please click here to view them, with link in IEEE XPLORE... Read more
Featured Articles
Semi-Automatic Planning and Three-Dimensional Electrospinning of Patient-Specific Grafts for Fontan Surgery
This work aims to develop a semi-automatic tissue engineered vascular graft (TEVG) planning method for designing and 3D-printing hemodynamically optimized Fontan TEVGs. We present a computation framework by parameterizing Fontan grafts to explore patient-specific vascular graft design space and search for optimal designs. We employed nonlinear constrained optimization technique to minimize indexed power loss of Fontan grafts while keeping hepatic flow distribution (HFD) and percentage of abnormal wall shear stress (%WSS) within clinically acceptable thresholds. Our work significantly reduces the collaborative effort and turnaround time between clinicians and engineering teams for designing patient-specific hemodynamically optimized TEVGs... Read more
Featured Articles
Correcting Presbyopia with Autofocusing Liquid-Lens Eyeglasses
Most individuals older than 40 years old experience a progressive loss of vision accommodation. This results in significant degradation of visual acuity even when using state-of-the-art multifocal corrective eyeglasses. We present a new type of ergonomic, lightweight, opto-electromechanical autofocusing eyeglasses that adaptively change optical power to bring line-of-sight objects into focus. Subject-specific accommodation models were utilized to demonstrate high-fidelity accommodation restoration. This new type of active correction eyewear has the potential to restore pre-presbyopic levels of accommodation in subjects diagnosed with presbyopia... Read more