Spatial correlation analysis of atrial activation patterns during sustained atrial fibrillation in conscious goats

Archives of Physiology and Biochemistry
B P HoekstraJ DeGoede

Abstract

In this study we applied both linear and nonlinear spatial correlation measures to characterize epicardial activation patterns of sustained atrial fibrillation in instrumented conscious goats. It was investigated if nonlinearity was involved in the spatial coupling of atrial regions and to what extent fibrillation was organized in the experimental model of sustained atrial fibrillation (AF) in instrumented goats. Data were collected in five goats during experiments to convert AF by continuous infusion of cibenzoline. Spatial organization during AF was quantified with the linear spatial cross correlation function and the nonlinear spatial cross redundancy which was calculated using the Grassberger-Procaccia correlation integral. Two different types of correlation were evaluated to distinguish simultaneous interaction from non-simultaneous interaction, for instance resulting from propagation of fibrillation waves. The nonlinear association length and the linear correlation length were estimated along the principal axes of iso-correlation contours in two-dimensional correlation maps of the nonlinear spatial redundancy and the linear spatial correlation function, respectively. To quantitatively assess the degree of nonlinearity, th...Continue Reading

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