Supervisor: HEJJEL, László
Heart rate variability (HRV) analysis is considered as a non-invasive ECG-based technique for the investigation of autonomic nervous system. Due to the multiple associations of the vegetative nervous system, several factors affect HRV. On one hand it means the wide range of applicability, however, on the other hand, results in low specificity. Accurate measurement requires special study-design, technical conditions and presentation. The topic covers both methodical and clinical investigations including cooperation with other specialties as well.