Illya Chaikovsky

V. M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

Dr. Illya Chaikovsky was born in Kyiv, USSR in 1965. He graduated in general medicine in 1989, in internal medicine in 1991, in functional diagnostic in 1994, in medical cybernetics in 1997. He received his PhD in Medicine from University Duisburg-Essen (Germany) and PhD in medical and biological cybernetics and informatics from International Research and Training Center for Information Technologies and Systems of National Academy of Science (Kyiv, Ukraine). In 2000-2005 he was working as lead researcher in high-tech companies SQUID AG and MagScan GmbX (Germany). Currently, he is senior staff scientist in the field of medical cybernetics at International Research and Training Center for ITandS of NAS of Ukraine. He combines clinical work with research, focusing on advanced methods for analysis (including pattern recognition) of electrocardiogram , magnetocardiogram , heart rate variability and implementation of such approaches in clinical routine. His research in these areas has been presented at international congresses (ESC, AHA, ACC and many others) and has appeared in academic journals such as PACE, Clinical Cardiology, Annals of Noninvasive Electrocardiology, European Heart Journal, Biophysics etc. He is the author of the book (together with L. Fainzilberg) , devoted to analysis of ECG in phase space.

Illya Chaikovsky

1books edited

2chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Illya Chaikovsky

This book has "wide geography" both literally and figuratively. First of all, this book brings together contributions from around the world, both from post-industrial countries and developing world. This is natural, because coronary artery disease is becoming pandemic worldwide. CAD is the single most frequent cause of death in developed countries, causes about 1 in every 5 deaths. Mortality from cardiovascular disease is predicted to reach 23.4 million in 2030. Moreover, in the developing world, cardiovascular disease tends to affect people at a younger age and thus could negatively affect the workforce and economic productivity. The morbidity, mortality, and socioeconomic importance of CAD make its diagnosis and management fundamental for all practicing physicians. On another hand, the book widely represents "geography" of CAD itself, i.e. many various aspects of its pathophysiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment are touched in this book. This book does not pretend on complete and integral description of the Coronary artery disease. Rather, it contains selected issues on this complex multifactorial disease. Nevertheless, we hope that readers will find Coronary Artery Disease useful for clinical practice and further research.

Go to the book