DGM is a diagnostic tool using network theory on cardiac excitation to determine the source of a given arrhythmia. After processing the input and analyzing the resulting graph, it is capable of detecting reentry - macro, localized and functional - as well as focal activity.
In developing DGM, we strive to combine functionality with simplicity. Creating a tool which can be used by electrophysiologists with too little time, as well as researchers trying to fine-tune their results.
DGM is being developed to help EPs make better decisions on where to ablate. If you have any questions, would like to analyze a different type of clinical dataset or want to collaborate, do not hesitate to contact us.
We are always interested in obtaining data to further optimize our software
DGM is a versatile tool and can handle any type of electrode system. Have a look at our research page to find out which studies have already been realized with DGM. You can use DGM for clinical, experimental or in-silico data.
You can use the software in its current version for the analysis of your data, rendering both 2D and 3D simulations. Or we can help you with setting up the the software to analyze your own specific type of study.
Even though our current focus is towards research, we would still like to hear from you! As our final goal is to bring our research and software to the patient by embedding DGM into existing mapping systems, we are happy to show you our progress at any stage of the development.
Feel free to contact us with any questions.
We'd like to hear from you! If you are interested in using DGM, in collaborating with us or want to provide us with valuable feedback, simply fill out the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.