International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism
Vol. 4, No. 2, 2002.



www.ijbem.org
Proceedings of the
29th International Congress on Electrocardiology
4th International Conference on Bioelectromagnetism

Montreal, Canada, 2-5 July 2002.

    Editor-in-Chief:
    Jaakko Malmivuo
    Ragnar Granit Institute
    Special Editors:
    A.-Robert LeBlanc, Reginald A. Nadeau,
    and Ramesh M. Gulrajani
    Universite de Montreal

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Atrial fibrillation, the complete arrhythmia: back to the future. p. 3.
Stanley Nattel
Nonlinear analysis of EEG/MEG: The case of the epilepsies as diseases of brain dynamics. pp. 7-10.
Fernando H. Lopes da Silva
Electroanatomic Mapping Unsmasks Different Mechanisms in Patients with Atriotomies for Congenital Heart Disease. pp. 11-12.
P.C. Dorostkar, P. Piros, A.L. Waldo, M.D. Carlson, N. Varma, J.A. Mackall, B.S. Stambler, and M.M. Scheinman
Dynamic Nature of the Atrial Fibrillation Substrate during the Development and Reversal of Heart Failure in Dogs. pp. 13-14.
K. Shinagawa, Y-F. Shi, J-C. Tardif, T-K. Leung, and S. Nattel
Action Potential Duration Heterogeneity in a Computer Model of the Atria. pp. 15-16.
E.J. Vigmond, S. Kuo, and N.A. Trayanova
Transmembrane Potential Reconstruction in Anisotropic Heart Model. pp. 17-18.
O. Skipa, M. Nalbach, F. Sachse, C. Werner, and O. Dössel
A New Spatio-Temporal Regularization Approach to the Electrocardiographic Inverse Problem. pp. 19-20.
B. Messnarz, B. Tilg, R. Modre, G. Fischer, F. Hanser, and P. Wach
A Phantom Study on the Effects of a Thin Inhomogeneity Layer on Body Surface Potential Maps. pp. 21-22.
M. Lindholm, J. Nenonen, M. Karvonen, M. Liehr, J. Schreiber, J. Haueisen, and T. Katila
Electrical Heterogeneity in the Heart. pp. 23-26.
C. Antzelevitch (Invited)
Overexpression of Calcineurin in Mouse Causes Arrhythmic Cardiac Death. pp. 27-28.
D. Dong, L.M. Semniuk, Y. Duan, J.D. Molkentin, and H.J. Duff
Implication of SCN5A mutations in Brugada and long QT syndromes: Novel molecular mechanisms. pp. 29-30.
M. Chahine, P. Guicheney, and S.G. Priori
Loss of Rate-Dependent Changes in Action Potential Duration of Epicardial Myocytes from Cardiomyopathic Hamsters. pp. 31-32.
M. Hiraoka, I. Kocic, and Y. Hirano
Non-Invasive Evaluation of Ventricular Repolarization. pp. 33-34.
P. Coumel (Invited)
QT Correction Formulae for LQTS Diagnosis. pp. 35-36.
W. Zareba and A.J. Moss
Gender Dependent Normal Limits of ST-T Amplitudes. pp. 37-40.
P.W. Macfarlane
Repolarization in Infants and Children. pp. 41-42.
J. Liebman
Automatic Analysis of Repolarization Segment. pp. 43-45.
J.P. Couderc, W. Zareba, and A.J. Moss
New Developments in the Auckland Heart Model. pp. 47-50.
P.J. Hunter and A.J. Pullan (Invited)
A Second Order Scheme for Solving the Coupled Bidomain and Forward Problem. pp. 51-52.
J. Sundnes, G.T. Lines, and A. Tveito
A Domain Embedding Strategy for Solving the Bidomain Equations on Complicated Geometries. pp. 53-54.
G.T. Lines, J. Sundnes, and A. Tveito
Electrotonic Coupling Reduces Action Potential Duration Gradients in the Ventricle: a Simulation Study. pp. 55-56.
M.C. Trudel, R.M. Gulrajani, and L.J. Leon
The Forward Problem in Fetal Electro/Magnetocardiography. pp. 57-58.
J.G. Stinstra and M.J. Peters
Singular Value Decomposition of the T-Wave: its Link with a Biophysical Model of Repolarization. pp. 59-60.
A. van Oosterom
Tissue Conductivity and ST-Depression in a Cylindrical Left Ventricle. pp. 61-62.
P.R. Johnston
Cardiac Pacing and Defibrillation. pp. 63-66.
R. Mehra (Invited)
Electrical Resynchronisation by Biventricular Pacing: Preliminary Insights from Vectorcardiography. pp. 67-68.
N. Varma, B. Stambler, and J. Liebman
Cross Correlation Analysis for the Estimation of Defibrillation Shock Energy. pp. 69-70.
Z.F. Syed, E. Vigmond, S. Kimber, and L.J. Leon
Electrocardiographic Signs of Reperfusion. How Should they be Used in the Clinical Setting? pp. 71-74.
Y. Birnbaum and D. Ware
Electro-Mechanical Mapping of the Left Ventricle for the Assessment of Myocardial Viability. A Platform for Iintra-Myocardial Injection of Gene Therapy to Promote Myocardial Angiogenesis. pp. 75-78.
D. Fitchett, M. Kutryk, A. Cheema, and D. Stewart
A Review of Evidence Against a Single Mechanism to Explain Reduced Coronary Flow as Reflected by the Presence of ST Segment Depression and Elevation. pp. 77-78.
J.B. Nasmith, J.G. Diodati, and C. Pharand
Abnormal Repolarization: Simulation of Mechanism and Noninvasive Electrocardio-graphic Imaging. pp. 79-80.
Y. Rudy (Invited)
Dynamic Model of the Thorax for ECG and ICG Studies. pp. 81-82.
J. Hyttinen, J. Lötjönen, P. Kauppinen, M. Saarilampi, R-K. Mäenpää, M. Jerosch-Herold, J. Zhang, R. Patterson, and J. Malmivuo
A Galerkin Boundary Element Formulation for Cardiac Activation Time Iimaging. pp. 83-84.
G. Fisher, B. Tilg, R. Modre, F. Hanser, B. Messnarz, and P. Wach
Noninvasive Activation Time Imaging in the Human Atria. pp. 85-86.
G. Fisher, B. Tilg, R. Modre, F. Hanser, B. Messnarz, and F. Hintringer
Noninvasive Three-Dimensional Myocardial Activation Time Imaging by Means of a Heart-Excitation-Model. pp. 87-88.
B. He and G. Li
Enhancing Inverse Electrocardiography with Sparse Noisy Measurements of Epicardial Potentials. pp. 89-90.
Y. Serinagaoglu, D.H. Brooks, and R.S. MacLeod
Body Surface and Epicardial ECG Mapping: State of the Art and Future Perspectives. pp. 91-94.
B. Taccardi and B.B. Punske (Invited)
Atrial Aactivation Pattern from Surface Laplacian Electrocardiograms of Humans. pp. 95-96.
W.G. Besio and P.P. Tarjan
QT Interval Dispersion in Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy: Analysis Through the Body Surface Potential Mapping. pp. 97-98.
C.A. Pastore, N. Samesima, N. Tobias, E. Kaiser, S. Nishioka, A. Pedrosa, F.M. Martinelli, S. Ascęncio, and J.F. Ramires
Repolarization Changes Displayed in Surface ARI Maps: a Simulation Study. pp. 99-100.
M. Tysler, M. Turzova, and J. Svehlikova
Evaluation of T-wave Morphology in High-Resolution ECG Mapping. pp. 101-102.
M. Fereniec, M. Kacprzak, G. Karpinski, R. Maniewski, G. Opolski, and D.Ircha
Basic Principles of Neurocardiology in Health and Disease. pp. 103-106.
R.D. Foreman, J.I. Ardell, J.A. Armour, B. Linderoth, and M.J.L. DeJongste (Invited)
Cardiac Electrical Dysfunction and the Little Brain on the Heart. pp. 107-108.
J.A. Armour
Utility of Signal Processing for Detection of Human Viscerosensory Perception. pp. 109-110.
E. Fallen, M. Kamath, G. Tougas, and A. Upton
A Reality-Based Paradigm for Heart Rate Variability. pp. 111-112.
R.S. Sheldon and D. Roach
Cardiac Activation. pp. 113-114.
E. Downar (Invited)
Automated Generation of Isochronal Maps in the Presence of Activation Block. pp. 115-116.
M. Potse, A.C. Linnenbank, and C.A. Grimbergen
Three Dimensional Catheter Positioning during Radiofrequency Ablation in Patients with Atypical Flutters on Scare. pp. 117-118.
A. Pisapia, J. Faure, M. Bremondy, A. Ferracci, and G. Duport
Atrial Arrhythmias: Localization and Role for Cryosurgery. pp. 119-122.
D. Jones, A. Skanes, G.M. Guiraudon, C.M. Guiraudon, and D. Santoianni
Development of Instrumentation for 12-lead Impedance Cardiography. pp. 123-124.
P. Kauppinen, A. Haapalainen, J. Hyttinen, and J. Malmivuo
Comparable Imaging of ECG and SPECT Results and Their Superposition. pp. 125-126.
A . Mateasik, L. Bacharova, D. Chorvat Jr., and P. Povinec
Deriving the 12-lead Electrocardiogram from Four Standard Leads using Information Redundancy in the 12-Lead System. pp. 127-128.
D. Wei
Evaluation of a New Signal Processing Approach of High-Resolution BSPM. pp. 129-130.
G.Y. Kozmann, K. Haraszti, L. Gerencsér, and Z.S. Vágó
Correlation of Results of SPECT Examination and Linear Transformation Method. pp. 131-132 .
R. Krzyminiewski, G. Panek, R. Stepien, R. Junik, and U. Schmidt
NEKTAL-16 lead System for Non-Invasive Display of the Cardioelectric Field on an Imaging Sphere. pp. 133-134.
L.I. Titomir, A.A. Mikhnev, V.G. Trunov, and E.A.I. Aidu
Six New Concepts in Electrocardiography: Theoretical Considerations, and Applications in ECG Diagnosis. pp. 135-136.
J.E. Madias
Validation of Electrocardiographic Criteria of Left Aatrial Enlargement by Transthoracic Echocardiogram. pp. 137-138.
T. Huynh and P. Tran
Inverse Relationship Between QRS Amplitude and Left Ventricular Mass in Rats Exposed to Physical Training. pp. 139-140.
L. Bacharova, J. Klimas, K. Michalak, and J. Kyselovic
Analysis of the Normal and the Fractionated Conduction during Ventricular Activation using Time-Frequency Magnitude Cquared-Coherence Mapping. pp. 141-144.
P.R.B. Barbosa, L.C. Jr Bernardino, J. Barbosa-Filho, I. Cordovil, R.L.M. Sá, and J. Nadal
A Study of EEG Hemispheric Asymmetry during REM Sleep in Young Healthy Adults. pp. 145-146.
C. Bolduc, A-M. Daoust, É. Limoges, M-A. Gingras, C.M.J. Braun, and R. Godbout
Cortical Location of 10-20 System Electrodes on Normalized Cortical MRI Surfaces. pp. 147-148.
P. Vitali, G. Avanzini, L. Caposio, E. Fallica, L. Grigoletti, E. Maccagnano, B. Rigoldi, G. Rodriguez, F. Villani
The Finite Volume Head Model for EEG Source Localization. pp. 149-150.
L.A. Neilson and Z.J. Koles
Probabilistic Methods for the EEG Inverse Problem. pp. 151-152.
C.G. Bénar, R.N. Gunn, B. Champagne, and J. Gotman
Minimum Support Method for MEG Source Localization. pp. 153-154.
O. Portniaguine, S. Nagarajan, D. Hwang, K. Sekihara, and C. Johnson
Auditory M100 in Cchildren: Developmental Changes Reflected in the Tangential Neural Source. pp. 155-156.
E.W. Pang, A. Hunjan, R. Sharma, S. Holowka, and H. Otsubo.
Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields. pp. 157-160.
M.A. Stuchly (Invited)
Dosimetry for Evaluating EM Fields within Human Body. pp. 161-162.
R. Habash and H.T. Alhafid
Can Cell Free Myosin Phosphorylation be Used as a Tool for Biological Dosimetry?. pp. 163-164.
M.S. Markov
Electropermeabilization by Unipolar and Symmetrical Bipolar Rectangular Electric Pulses. pp. 165-166.
T. Kotnik, L.M. Mir, and D. Miklavcic
The Impedance Measurement of Human Blood in Relations to the Hemorheological Determinants. pp. 167-168.
L.H. Deng, S.H. Karagiannoglou, W.I. Sakkas, G.D.O. Lowe, and J.C. Barbanel
Electromagnetic interference of medical devices and implications for patient safety. pp. 169-172.
H. Bassen (Invited)
Immunity of Cardiac Pacemakers to Low Frequency Magnetic Felds. pp. 173-174.
A. Hedjiedj and M. Nadi
Health Canada's Research on Interference Effects of Electromagnetic Fields on Implantable Cardiac Devices. pp. 175-176.
K.-S. Tan and I. Hinberg
Wireless in Healthcare: Attempting to Quantify Legal Risks. pp. 177-178.
D.A. Townsend
Integration of Information Technology Into Healthcare: Roles of Wireless and Ad-Hoc Immunity Testing. pp. 179-180.
B. Segal
The Role of Magnetoencephalography in Functional Brain Imaging. pp. 181-184.
M. Hämäläinen (Invited)
Spatio-Temporal EEG-MEG Analysis of Rolandic Spikes. pp. 185-186.
G.J.M. Huiskamp, W. van der Meij, A.C. van Huffelen, and O. van Nieuwenhuizen
The 3-D Reconstruction of Magnetic Source Image data and its Application in a Neurosurgical Guidance System. pp. 187-188.
S.A. Holowka, S.H. Chuang, E. Pang, R. Sharma, A. Hunjan, J. Xiang, and N. Chuang
Unshielded Measurements of Cardiac Electric Activity using Magnetocardiography. pp. 189-190.
K. Sternickel, N. Tralshawala, A. Bakherev, N. Korsun, and A. Braginski
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation - New Brain Imaging Tool. pp. 191-192.
R. Ilmoniemi (Invited)
Measuring the Induced Electrical Fields in 3-Dimensions when Aapplying Magnetic Stimulation to a Spherical Target. pp. 193-194.
N. Al-Mutawaly and H. de Bruin
Magnetic Nerve Stimulation: A Comparison between Mono-Phasic and Bi-Phasic Waveforms. pp. 195-196.
N. Al-Mutawaly, H. de Bruin, and R.D. Findlay
Comparison of Simulated Electrode Configurations for Transcranial Stimulation. pp. 197-198.
P. Kauppinen, P. Laarne, M. Tenhunen, and S. Oja
Electrical Impedance Tomography of Brain Function: Overview and Technical Considerations. pp. 199-200.
L. Enfield and D. Holder
Inhibition of Neural Networks and EEG Synchronization. pp. 201-204 .
G. Pfurtscheller and M. Woertz (Invited)
EEG in Activated States: Wakefulness and REM Sleep. pp. 205-208.
R. Godbout, É. Limoges, A.-M. Daoust, C. Bolduc, and L. Mottron (Invited)
Computational Models of the Sleep Wake Cycle. pp. 209-212.
R.E. Kronauer (Invited)
Electrophysiological Neuroimaging: Solving the Inverse Problem of Electro-encephalography and Beyond. pp. 213-216.
B. He, J. Lian (Invited)
A High Performance PC-based Parallel Ccomputing Platform for Electro-Magnetic Source Imaging. pp. 217-218.
C.E. Acar and N.G. Gençer
Investigating the Effects of Eye Conductivity on EMSI Forward Problem using a Realistic BEM Head Model. pp. 219-220.
Z. Akalin and N.G. Gençer
Skull Cconductivity Errors and the Inverse Problem of Electroencephalography. pp. 221-222.
S. Finke, R.M. Gulrajani and J. Gotman
Estimation of Ccortical Sources of EEG Potentials by Using Surface Laplacian. pp. 223-224.
F. Babiloni, C. Babiloni, F. Carducci, L. Carotenuto, P.M. Rossini, and F. Cincotti
Source Analysis of Auditory Evoked Electromagnetic Fields. pp. 225-228.
T. Picton (Invited)
The Effects of Sleep Onset on Late Auditory Evoked Potentials. pp. 229-230.
K.B. Campbell, A. Muller-Gass, and D.R. de Lugt
Cortical Imaging of P300 Component Elicited by Isolate Words Using Different Memory Rehearsal Strategies. pp. 231-232.
L. Ding, A. Goldstein, J. Lian, E. Donchin, and B. He
Cortical Sources Involved in the Spatial Working Memory. pp. 233-234.
F. Babiloni, C. Babiloni, F. Carducci, T. Salvatore, P. Rossini, C.D. Percio, S. Salinari, and F. Cincotti
The use of motor imagery as a way to communicate between a brain and a computer. pp. 235-238.
F. Cincotti, F. Babiloni, C. Babiloni, F. Carducci, J. Millán, S. Salinari, L. Bianchi, and M.G. Marciani
Continuous Analysis of Atrial Electrograms in DDD-Pacemakers and Bipolar Atrial Leads Using an Automated Signal Processing System. pp. 239-240.
F. Eberhardt, U. Hofmann, M. Lipphardt, and U.K.H Wiegand
Investigation of the Source Spaces of ECG Electrode Arrangements. pp. 241-242.
M. Nalbach, O. Skipa, and O. Dössel
Identification of Patients Who Derive Mortality Benefit from ICD Implantation by EPS With Concurrent Revascularization. pp. 243-244.
D. Fan, E. Kessler, P. Lam, D. Hoffman, C. Geller, L. Harris, J. Stelzer, and P. Schweitzer
Elevated Level of C-Reactive Protein Associates with Pronounced Autonomic Imbalance After Myocardial Infarction. pp. 245-246.
T. Ristimäe, A. Kaasik, and R. Teesalu
Spectrotemporal Mapping of Signal Averaged ECG in Taiwanese Chronic Renal Failure Patients. pp. 247-248.
*C.C. Lin, T.F. Yang, C.M. Chen, and I.F. Yang
A New Index for the Quantitation of the Ventricular Repolarization. pp. 249-250.
E.V. Garcia and J.L.B. Marques
REM sleep across the menstrual cycle in women with premenstrual dysphoric disorder. pp. 251-252.
J.B. Santo, E. Chevrier, P. L'Esperance, and D.B. Boivin
Analysis of the First Night Effect on EEG Hemispheric Asymmetry during Waking State in Young Healthy Adult. pp. 253-254.
M.-A. Gingras, S. Chouinard, C. Bolduc, R. Godbout
A Multigrid Solver in EEG Source Analysis Applying the Finite Difference Method. pp. 255-256.
B. Vanrumste, M. Mohr, P.J. Bones
Influence of Realistic Head Geometry Differences on EEG Source Localization. pp. 257-258.
K. Whittingstall, G. Stroink, L. Gates, J.F. Connolly, and G.A. Finley
Cortical Imaging of Interictal Epileptiform Activity using an Inhomogeneous Spherical Head Model. pp. 259-260.
X. Zhang, W. van Drongelen, K. Hecox, V.L. Towle, D.M. Frim, A. McGee, J. Lian, and B. He
Magnetic Localization and Organization of Somatosensory Cortex in Children. pp. 261-262.
J. Xiang, S. Chuang, H. Otsubo, S. Holowka, R. Sharma, and A. Hunjan
Alterations of Affective and Autonomic Responses with Transcerebral Complex Magnetic Fields: Daily Versus Weekly Sschedule. pp. 263-264.
E.W. Tsang, M.A. Persinger, and S.A. Koren
Intermittency and Period Doubling as Dynamical Rregimes in Epileptiform Activity. pp. 265-266.
J.L. Perez Velazquez, M.A. Cortez, O.C. Snead III, and R. Wennberg
Bioelectromagnetism of Growth Control - A Confirmed Theory and its Implications. pp. 267-268.
C. Shang
Spatiotemporal Imaging of Cortical Activations during Verbal Memory Encoding Tasks. pp. 269-270.
J. Lian, A. Goldstein, E. Donchin, and B. He
A Potential Method for Imaging Neuronal Depolarization in the Brain by Electrical Impedance Tomography. pp. 271-272.
A. Liston, L. Enfield, R. Bayford, and D. Holder
Electrophysiology and Arrhythmogenic Activity of Dog Left Inferior Pulmonary Veins. pp. 273-274.
C.I. Lin, C.C. Ou, Y.J. Chen, Y.C. Chen, and S.A. Chen
Electromechanical Effects of Cyclopiazonic Acid on Myopathic Human and Hamster Ventricular Myocardium. pp. 275-276.
J. Wei, H.C. Liu, F.Y. Lee, and C.I. Lin
Barium-induced abnormal automaticity and withdrawal of acetylcholine-induced triggered activity in pulmonary vein sleeves from normal healthy dogs. pp. 277-278.
T.M. Wang, H.N. Luk, J.R. Sheu, and C.E. Chiang
Repolarization Abnormality in Idiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation with Respect to QT-RR Relation. pp. 279-280.
M. Sugao, A. Fujiki, K. Mizumaki, T. Tsuneda, K. Nishida, M. Sakabe, and H. Inoue
Diurnal Variation of the QT Interval in Rhesus Monkeys. pp. 281-282.
M. Hassimoto, M. Kuwahara, T. Harada, N. Kaga, M. Obata, H. Mochizuki, and H. Tsubone
Maximal Spatial ST-Vector Patterns in Patients with Acute Anterior Myocardial Infarction. pp. 283-284.
W. Carson and Y.Z. Tseng
GATED-SPECT Myocardial Scintigraphy in Left Bundle Branch Block: A Study in Patients with and Without Coronary Srtery Disease. pp. 285-286.
M.G.M. Falcăo Andrea, P.J. Moffa, W.A. Chalela, B.A. Ferreira, A.H. Uchida, C.A. Pastore, J.C. Kreling, C.G. Oliveira, J.C. Meneghetti, Jr.J. Soares, and J.F. Ramires
Heart Rate Turbulence in Patients with Ccoronary Artery Disease. pp. 287-288.
I. Cygankiewicz, J.K. Wranicz, H. Bolinska, J. Zaslonka, and W. Zareba
Improved Detection of Ccoronary Aartery Disease in Women using ST/HR Hysteresis Method. pp. 289-290.
J. Viik, R. Lehtinen, and J. Malmivuo
Left Vventricular Late Potentials in Ventricular Hypertrophy May Signal about Increased Arrhythmogenicity After Acute Myocardial Infarction. pp. 291-292.
A. Kaasik, T. Ristimäe, and R. Teesalu
Patients Underwent Rrevascularisation and Slow Pathway Ablation did not Report Typical Angina by Supraventricular Tachycardia. pp. 293-294.
G. Duray, A. Székely, T. Borsányi, A. Szabó, E. Marosi, and I. Préda
ECG Monitoring Using a Limited Lead Set. pp. 295-296.
A.J. Robertson, E. Clark, A. van Oosterom, and P.W. Macfarlane
Aspects of Repolarization Aafter Acute Phase in Evolution of Myocardial Infarction with Disappearance of Necrosis Q Wave. pp. 297-298 .
R. Grigore, C. Sutescu, and C. Ginghina
The Effect of Vasoactive Substances on the ST Segment. pp. 299-300.
M. de Chantal, C. Pharand, and J.G. Diodati
Age Dependent Changes in Non-Linear Dynamics of the Heart Rate Variability Signal. pp. 301-302.
E.L. Fallen, N.S. Salem, and M. Kamath
Diurnal Variation of the QT Interval in Miniature Swine: Relationship to Autonomic Nervous Function. pp. 303-304.
M. Kuwahara, Y. Noguchi, S. Nabeta, H. Tsubone, E. Kumagai, H. Tsutsumi, and M. Tanigawa
Autonomic Nervous Activity During Graded Head-Up Tilt. pp. 305-306.
M. Yamamoto, A. Kijima, M. Sato, M. Suzuki, and H. Sato
Relationship Between Heart Rate Variability and Electrolyte Concentration in Chronic Renal Failure Patients under Hemodialysis. pp. 307-308.
A.C. Tsai and H.W. Chiu.
Exercise Levels Predict Cardiac Vagal Tone as Measured by the NeuroScope. pp. 309-310.
P.S. Mckechnie, R.M. Hamilton, and P.W. Macfarlane
A New Noninvasive Method for Evaluation of Heart Pathophysiology after Transplantation. pp. 311-312.
E.J. Tkacz, P. Kostka, D. Komorowski, T. Palko, Z. Religa, and P. Kolsut
On the Number of Surface Extrema of the Potential Generated by a Single Dipole in an Elliptical Cylinder. pp. 313-314.
J. Troquet and R. Evrard
Pacemaker Actros Memory Data vs Holter Monitoring in Detection of Pacing and Sensing Episodes. pp. 315-316.
J.K. Wranicz, I. Cygankiewicz, and M. Chudzik
Electrocardiographic, Vectorcardiographic and Body Surface Potential Mapping Analyses of Patients with Congestive Heart Failure and Left Bundle Branch Block, Treated with Biventricular Pacing. pp. 317-318.
C.A. Pastore, N.M. Tobias, E. Kaiser, N. Samesima, F.M. Martinelli, A. Pedrosa, S. Nishioka, S. Siqueira, U.R. Lourenço, L.M. Atanes, and J.A.F. Ramires
A Model Study of the Effects of Eextracellular Sshocks on Cardiac Tissue. pp. 319-320.
M. Al Akkad, E. Vigmond, and L.J. Leon
Location of Ccoronary Artery Stenosis using BSPM and New Approach to ECG Signal Decomposition. pp. 321-322.
M. Sobieszczanska, J. Jagielski, and L. Rusiecki
Mapping of Repolarization Duration in Normal Subjects by DECARTO Technique. pp. 323-324.
E.V. Blinova, T.A. Sakhnova, O.Yu. Atkov, V.G. Trunov, E.A.I. Aidu, and L.I. Titomir
256-Channel Electrocardiography in Aarrhythmia Aanalysis and Validation of Model Investigations. pp. 325-326.
H.G. Puurtinen, M. Sipilä, P. Kauppinen, J. Hyttinen, and J. Malmivuo
Noninvasive Three-Dimensional Localization of Origin of Cardiac Aactivation by Means of a Heart Model. pp. 327-328.
G. Li and B. He
The Effect of Location of Limb Electrodes on 12-Lead ECG and Body Surface Potential Mapping. pp. 329-330.
M. Stenroos, K. Simelius, I. Tierala, J. Nenonen, L. Toivonen, and T. Katila
Possible Prediction of Coronary Angiographic Results with the Use of the Series of Body Surface Potential Mapping. pp. 331-332.
E. Szucs, M. Medvegy, G. Duray, T. Bauernfeind, F. Molnár, R.A. Nadeau, and I. Préda
Resting Body Surface Maps Combined with Nitroglycerine Test May Predict Elevated Left Atrial Pressure due to Exercise Induced Ischemia. pp. 333-334.
T. Bauernfeind, M. Medvegy, G. Duray, E. Szucs, A. Pintér, T. Borsányi, K. Szakolczay, and I. Préda
Reducing Errors in Segmental Aanalysis (SA) for Pediatric EKG Using a Complementary Software. pp. 335-336.
M.S. Molina, A.M. Benjó, D. Favarato, N.M. Tobias, M. Nigri, A.C.P. Chagas, J.A.F. Ramires, and C.A. Pastore
Derivation of the 12-Lead Electrocardiogram Using Abstract Ffactor Aanalysis and Simplex Optimization. pp. 337-338.
D.M. Schreck, C. Brotea, and S. Shah
Low Voltage of the P Wave on 12-lead Electrocardiogram in Patients with Severe Cardiopathies and Electrical Ventricular Abnormalities: The Paradoxal P Wave. A Preliminary Report. pp. 339-340.
P. Ginefra, E.C. Barbosa, F.G. Brasil, A.S. Bomfim, S.H. Boghossian, P.R.B. Barbosa, and F.M. Albanesi Fş
Vectorcardiographic Features in Patients Receiving Transcatheter Closure of Aatrial Sseptal Defect. pp. 341-342.
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