electrogram


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electrogram

(ɪˈlɛktrəʊˌɡræm)
n
a record of an organ's electrical activity, measured by monitoring changes in electric potential
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Studies have recommended RF ablation for persistent AF, since additional linear or complex fractionated atrial electrogram ablation was not possible using the CB (15,18,22).
Electrogram showed that the morphology of APC was negative in lead V[sub]1 and positive in the inferior leads [Figure 1].
Further lesions are then applied at the mapped complex fractionated electrogram (CFAE) sites.
unexplained dyspnea, chest discomfort); signs or symptoms of associated vascular disease including carotid bruits, transient ischemic attack, stroke, claudication, or PAD; or electrogram abnormalities (e.
His preoperative electrogram revealed LQTS with a 0.
The problem of extracting the far-field heart electrogram signal from noise components will be addressed using smart denoising algorithms.
The exact mechanism of tachycardia was determined by electrophysiological study including induction and termination of tachycardia by atrial or ventricular extra-stimuli, presence of dual AV nodal physiology, parahisian pacing, retrograde conduction properties during ventricular pacing and advancement of the atrial electrogram after ventricular extra-stimulus delivered during His refractoriness.
The presystolic electrogram and the absence of overt structural heart disease, despite the particularly unusual CT finding, are suggestive of a focal VT mechanism.
In the study conducted by Douglas, Berger, Nezo, Shinnichi, Iga, Tomie, Hosaka, Takashi, Nakamura and Seiro [19] on schizophrenic patients and normal persons by Electrogram, two results were found after measuring mutation reaction speed: A: there is a reaction shortage to information processing in schizophrenic patients.
With event-triggered intracardiac electrogram (IEGM) transmissions, the new Biotronik pacemaker series innovates advanced patient monitoring and allows physicians to receive an IEGM along with a notification if atrial fibrillation (AF) occurs.
The electrogram generated from the gel electrophoresis shows that cisplatin treatment resulted in a dramatic oligonucleosome-length degradation of DNA, characterized by mixed smearing and laddering or only smearing of DNA fragments (lane C).