Epicardial cardiac source-field behavior

IEEE Transactions on Bio-medical Engineering
F X WitkowskiR Plonsey

Abstract

The accurate determination of the spatial distribution of cardiac electrophysiological state is essential for the mechanistic assessment of cardiac arrhythmias in both clinical and experimental cardiac electrophysiological laboratories. This paper describes three fundamental cardiac source-field relationships: 1) activation fields, 2) electrotonic fields, and 3) volume conductor fields. The three cases are described analytically and illustrated with experimentally obtained canine cardiac recordings that capitalize on a recently formulated technique for in vivo cardiac transmembrane current estimation.

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Nov 30, 2000·Archives of Physiology and Biochemistry·B P HoekstraJ DeGoede
Mar 10, 2001·The Annals of Thoracic Surgery·R P Scott

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