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Leonardo Bueno was born in Cuenca, Ecuador, in 1983. He received the Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in 2013, collaborating with the Biomechanical Research group in the Virtual Surgery Scenarios Project. He is currently a full time professor in the Universidad Politécnica Salesiana in Ecuador and he is working on the in Biomedical Engineering in the University of Zaragoza. His research interests include the field of biomedical signal processing and computational models.




Bueno-Palomeque, F L; Mountris, K; Ortigosa, N; Bailón, R; Bijnens, B; Crispi, F; Pueyo, E; Mincholé, A; Laguna, P

QRS Width and T-peak to T-end Interval Are Prolonged in Preadolescents with Severe Intrauterine Growth Restriction at Birth When Compared to Controls Conferencia

Proceedings of the XLIX International Conference on Computing in Cardiology, Atlanta, USA, 2023.

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Bueno-Palomeque, F L; Mountris, K A; Minchole, A; Ortigosa, N; Pueyo, E; Laguna, P

Changes in QRS and T-wave Loops Subsequent to an Increase in Left Ventricle Globularity as in Intrauterine Growth Restriction: a Simulation Study Conferencia

Proceedings of the XLVII International Conference on Computing in Cardiology, Rimini, Italy, 2020.

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