The aim of this work was to create a computer program, written in LabVIEW, which enables the visualization and
analysis of hemodynamic parameters. It allows the user to import data collected using ReoMonitor, an ambulatory
monitoring impedance cardiography (AICG) device. The data include one channel of the ECG and one channel of the
first derivative of the impedance signal (dz/dt) sampled at 200Hz and the base impedance signal (Z0) sampled every 8s.
The program consist of two parts: a bioscope allowing the presentation of traces (ECG, AICG, Z0) and an analytical
portion enabling the detection of characteristic points on the signals and automatic calculation of hemodynamic
parameters. The detection of characteristic points in both signals is done automatically, with the option to make manual
corrections, which may be necessary to avoid “false positive” recognitions. This application is used to determine the
values of basic hemodynamic variables: pre-ejection period (PEP), left ventricular ejection time (LVET), stroke volume
(SV), cardiac output (CO), and heart rate (HR). It leaves room for further development of additional features, for both
the analysis panel and the data acquisition function.