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Anatol J Cardiol: 7 (Suppl 1)
Volume: 7  Suppl: Suppl 1 - July 2007
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ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION
1.Importance of body surface potential field representation fidelity: analysis of beat-to-beat repolarization measurements
György Kozmann, Kristóf Haraszti
PMID: 17584667  Pages 5 - 7

REVIEW
2.Clinical use of body surface potential mapping in cardiac arrhythmias
Luigi De Ambroggi, Alexandru Dan Corlan
PMID: 17584668  Pages 8 - 10

ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION
3.Appraisal of BSPM obtained from the limited lead system
Malgorzata Sobieszczanska, Jozef Jagielski, Barbara Nowak, Witold Pilecki, Dariusz Kalka
PMID: 17584669  Pages 11 - 13

REVIEW
4.Update on ACC/ESC criteria for acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction
Vedat Aytekin
PMID: 17584670  Pages 14 - 15

ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION
5.Application of body surface potential mapping in coronary artery disease diagnosis
Malgorzata Sobieszczanska, Dariusz Kalka, Witold Pilecki, Barbara Nowak
PMID: 17584671  Pages 16 - 19

6.Comparison of magnetocardiography and electrocardiography
Fiona E. Smith, Philip Langley, Peter van Leeuwen, Birgit Hailer, Lutz Trahms, Uwe Steinhoff, John P. Bourke, Alan Murray
PMID: 17584672  Pages 20 - 22

7.Magnetocardiography provides non-invasive three-dimensional electroanatomical imaging of cardiac electrophysiology
Riccardo Fenici, Donatella Brisinda
PMID: 17584673  Pages 23 - 28

REVIEW
8.The Brugada syndrome: can we predict the risk?
Serdar Bayata
PMID: 17584675  Pages 32 - 33

9.Cervical vagosympathetic and mediastinal nerves activation effects on atrial arrhythmia formation
Réginald Nadeau, René Cardinal, J. Andrew Armour, Teresa Kus, Louis-Philippe Richer, Michel Vermeulen, Yalin Yin, Pierre Pagé
PMID: 17584676  Pages 34 - 36

10.SERCA in genesis of arrhythmias: what we already know and what is new?
Nilüfer Erkasap
PMID: 17584678  Pages 43 - 46

11.Defibrillation threshold testing and neurologic outcome
Remzi Karaoğuz
PMID: 17584679  Pages 47 - 49

12.Optimal programming in cardiac resynchronization therapy
Cengiz Ermiş
PMID: 17584680  Pages 50 - 52

13.Cardiac resynchronization therapy: implantation tips and tricks
Can Hasdemir
PMID: 17584681  Pages 53 - 56

14.Survival in cardiac resynchronization therapy. What do we know?
István Préda
PMID: 17584682  Pages 57 - 59

15.Clinical impact of surface electrocardiography of cardiac arrhythmias in pacemaker-ICD patients
Massimo Santini, Stefano Aquilani, Renato Pietro Ricci
PMID: 17584683  Pages 60 - 63

16.Holter monitoring in the prognosis of sudden cardiac death
Okan Erdoğan
PMID: 17584684  Pages 64 - 67

17.Heart rate variability as a predictor of sudden cardiac death
Gulmira Kudaiberdieva, Bülent Görenek, Bilgin Timuralp
PMID: 17584685  Pages 68 - 70

18.Repolarization abnormalities and arrhythmogenesis in hypertrophic myocardium
Luigi De Ambroggi, Pietro Francia, Guido De Ambroggi
PMID: 17584686  Pages 71 - 72

19.Beat-to-beat variability of repolarization: a new parameter to determine arrhythmic risk of an individual or identify proarrhythmic drugs
Peter Oosterhoff, Avram Oros, Marc A. Vos
PMID: 17584687  Pages 73 - 78

ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION
20.Changes in ionic currents and reduced conduction velocity in hypertrophied ventricular myocardium of Xina-deficient mice
Yu-Jun Lai, Ya-Yu Chen, Chio-Pei Cheng, Jim Jung-Ching Lin, Svetlana L. Chudorodova, Irina M. Roshchevska, Mikhail P Roshchevsky, Yao-Chang Chen, Cheng-I Lin
PMID: 17584692  Pages 90 - 92

21.Repolarization characteristics and incidence of Torsades de Pointes in patients with acquired complete atrioventricular block
Yasemin Turan Bozkaya, Zuhal Eroğlu, Meral Kayıkçıoğlu, Serdar Payzın, Levent H. Can, Hakan Kültürsay, Can Hasdemir
PMID: 17584695  Pages 98 - 100

22.Evaluation of thyroid dysfunction in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
Pasquale Vergara, Giuseppe Picardi, Gerardo Nigro, Francesco Scafuro, Annabella de Chiara, Raffaele Calabrò, Giuseppe Vergara
PMID: 17584697  Pages 104 - 106

CASE REPORT
23.Mianserin induced ventricular tachycardia
Alexandru Deutsch, Bülent Görenek, Alparslan Birdane, Ömer Göktekin, Yüksel Çavuşoğlu, Ahmet Ünalır, Necmi Ata, Bilgin Timuralp
PMID: 17584699  Pages 110 - 111
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ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION
24.Improved recognition of sustained ventricular tachycardia from SAECG by support vector machine
Stanislaw Jankowski, Zbigniew Szymanski, Ewa Piatkowska- Janko, Artur Oreziak
PMID: 17584700  Pages 112 - 115

25.Evaluation of the QRS-T angle using the high-resolution 64-lead electrocardiography
Michal Kania, Malgorzata Fereniec, Anna Zbiec, Roman Kepski, Grzegorz Karpinski, Roman Maniewski
PMID: 17584702  Pages 116 - 119
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26.Evaluation of the T-wave alternans detection methods: a simulation study
Dariusz Janusek, Zdzislaw Pawlowski, Roman Maniewski
PMID: 17584701  Pages 120 - 122

27.Why do we need supercomputers to understand the electrocardiographic T wave?
Mark Potse, A.-Robert LeBlanc, Alain Vinet
PMID: 17584703  Pages 123 - 124

28.Normal and abnormal circadian profiles of heart autonomic balance, evaluated by time-related common indicator of heart rate variability
Mikhail Matveev, Rada Prokopova
PMID: 17584704  Pages 125 - 129

29.Noninvasive detection of repolarization changes in the heart
Slavomira Filipova
PMID: 17584705  Pages 130 - 132

30.Time-frequency analysis of QRS complex with wavelet transform in patients with triple-vessel disease
Kei Ota, Takeshi Tsutsumi, Keisuke Kawachi, Daisuke Wakatsuki, Nobuyuki Shimizu, Fuyuki Asano, Youichi Takeyama, Yoshiwo Okamoto
PMID: 17584706  Pages 133 - 134

31.Possibilities of high-resolution HRV analysis
T. Mironova, V. Mironov, A. Calmikova, T. Socolova, E. Davidova, E, Safronova, I. Shadrina
PMID: 17584707  Pages 135 - 138

32.Susceptibility for ventricular tachycardia and the correlation between depolarization and orthogonal components of repolarization
Alexandru Dan Corlan, Milan Horacek, Luigi De Ambroggi
PMID: 17584708  Pages 139 - 141

33.Relationship between electrolytes and heart rate variability parameters in end-stage renal failure patients before and after hemodialysis
Tsai Lung Wen, Wang Chung- Kwe, Ing Fang Yang, Ten Fang Yang
PMID: 17584709  Pages 142 - 144

34.Understanding ST depression in the stress-test ECG
Mark Potse, Alain Vinet, A.-Robert LeBlanc, Jean G. Diodati, Réginald Nadeau
PMID: 17584710  Pages 145 - 147

35.Reliability-based rearrangement of ECG automated interpretation chain
Piotr Augustyniak
PMID: 17584711  Pages 148 - 152

36.The relation between QRS amplitude and left ventricular mass in patients with hypertension identified at screening
Ljuba Bacharova, Oleg V. Baum, Galina A. Muromtseva, Leonid A. Popov, Vyatcheslav B. Rozanov, Victor I. Voloshin, Oleg M. Voroshnin, Elena A. Zhavoronkova
PMID: 17584712  Pages 153 - 158

37.Evaluation of the electrocardiographic criteria for left ventricular hypertrophy
Iain Morrison, Elaine Clark, Peter W. Macfarlane
PMID: 17584713  Pages 159 - 163

38.The positive T wave
Mark Potse, Ruben Coronel, Tobias Opthof, Alain Vinet
PMID: 17584714  Pages 164 - 167

39.Clinical presentation and ECG changes - how good is it in diagnosing troponin positive acute coronary syndrome
Anthony Leslie Innasimutthu, Sandeep Shivananada Siddhi, Gopala Krishna Balappa Rao
PMID: 17584715  Pages 168 - 170

40.Comparative assessment of ECG dynamics in myocardial infarction according to reperfusion therapy approach (primary and facilitated coronary angioplasty) and timing of the procedure
G.V. Ryabykina, A.V. Sozykin, S.V. Dobrovolskaya
PMID: 17584716  Pages 171 - 174

41.Pseudonormalization: clinical, electrocardiographic, echocardiographic, and angiographic characteristics
Cem Ulucan, Oğuz Yavuzgil, Meral Kayıkçıoğlu, Levent Can, Serdar Payzın, Hakan Kültürsay, İnan Soydan, Can Hasdemir
PMID: 17584717  Pages 175 - 177

42.Usefulness of surface electrocardiogram in predicting the clinical course of patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
Fatih Bayrak, Gökhan Kahveci, Bülent Mutlu, Muzaffer Değertekin, Ertan Demirtaş
PMID: 17584718  Pages 178 - 181

43.Prevalence of ST-elevation in right precordial leads in patients presenting with acute coronary syndrome without ST-elevation in standard 12-lead electrocardiography
Elmo Pretorius, Anton F. Doubell
PMID: 17584719  Pages 182 - 185

44.The impact of remote patient monitoring in managing silent myocardial infarction in a residential home setting
Malcolm Clarke, Tanja Bratan, Sadhana Kulkarni, Russell Jones
PMID: 17584720  Pages 186 - 188

45.The severity of ST segment elevation in acute inferior myocardial infarction: Does it predict the presence of a proximal culprit lesion along the right coronary artery course?
Alim Erdem, Mehmet Birhan Yılmaz, Kenan Yalta, Okan Onur Turgut, İzzet Tandoğan
PMID: 17584721  Pages 189 - 190

46.Stress testing in coronary artery disease by Magnetic Field Imaging: a 3D current distribution model
Matthias Goernig, Massimo De Melis, Dania Di Pietro Paolo, Walfred Tedeschi, Mario Liehr, Hans Reiner Figulla, Sergio Erne
PMID: 17584722  Pages 191 - 192

47.Possibilities of signal-averaged orthogonal and vector electrocardiography for locating and size evaluation of acute myocardial infarction with ST-elevation
Mikhail Matveev, Vessela Krasteva, Stefan Naydenov, Temenuga Donova
PMID: 17584723  Pages 193 - 197

48.Vectorcardiographic assessment of acute hypoxia effects in pulmonary hypertension due to chronic bronchitis
Zulpukar Kudaiberdiev
PMID: 17584724  Pages 198 - 200

49.Distribution of blood pressure among men in Eskişehir
Alattin Ünsal, Mustafa Tozun, Afşin Parspour, Bülent Görenek, Kazım Tırpan
PMID: 17584725  Pages 201 - 205

50.Vasovagal syncope patients and the C825T GNB3 polymorphism
Malgorzata Lelonek, Tadeusz Pietrucha, Adam Stanczyk, Jan Henryk Goch
PMID: 17584726  Pages 206 - 208

51.Noninvasive, automatic optimization strategy in cardiac resynchronization therapy
Matthias Reumann, Brigitte Osswald, Olaf Doessel
PMID: 17584727  Pages 209 - 212

52.Twenty-millisecond interventricular difference as assessed by body surface potential mapping identifies patients with clinical improvement after implantation of cardiac resynchronization device
Nelson Samesima, Roberto Douglas, Nancy Tobias, Anísio Pedrosa, Martino Martinelli Filho, José Antonio Ramires, Carlos Alberto Pastore
PMID: 17584728  Pages 213 - 215

53.Pulse amplitude adjustment provides immediate pacemaker longevity gain
Nenad Zlatanovic, Sasko Kedev, Nikola Gjorgov, Branislav Miletic, Antonio Georgiev, Dejan Kovacevic, Ivan Trajkov, Mitko Kaev, Vladimir Borozanov, Vladimir Boskov
PMID: 17584729  Pages 216 - 218



 
 
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