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asked Any databases with AAMI ECG and ECHO?
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comment To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?
@AtlLED St Petersburg database is not AAMI. I verified this through a long process made by me and my friends. They have problems in many components of their system. So there is no AAMI standarded 12-lead databases online.
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comment To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?
Is any of these databases AAMI standarded? There is no 12 lead AAMI databases available online. I verified the St. Petersburg database and it is not AAMI - big entanglement of energy. They have problems with some analog components and other things - too many unknown variables.
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revised How can periodic asystole of heart cause cataplaxy with partial asystolic syncope?
clearer
Oct
28
comment Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
@WYSIWYG Thank you for your good comment! I cleared up those parts.
Oct
28
revised Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
cleared up the ethiology part, cleared up first paragraph
Oct
28
comment Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
@anongoodnurse Thank you for your good comment! There was overloading of terms carried forward from inf3rno's comment. The topic is Panic disorder - panic attack is not necessary for such condition.
Oct
28
revised Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
cleared some confusion; differentiated panic attack and disorder
Oct
27
revised Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
PubMed article
Oct
27
comment Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
Probably, you should see this one ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3893962 Completely valid question. The mechanism is unknown what is causing those asystolic pauses or here temporary asystoles. My hypothesis it is panic attack induced.
Oct
27
revised Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
clearer, corrected the relations
Oct
27
revised Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
clearer, corrected the relations
Oct
27
revised Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
better formulated title
Oct
27
comment Can Panic disorder induce Atrial Fibrillation and Temporary Cardiac Asystole?
@AtlLED Thank you for your comment! The patient also has atrial fibrillation during the time interval. So it may be the case that panic disorder and atrial fibrillation (previous myocardial infarction) can lead to temporary cardiac asystole. The link is not clear. Please, add your own answer if you think you understand the situation better than me. I will let you know when the publication is coming out.
Oct
27
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
27
comment How can periodic asystole of heart cause cataplaxy with partial asystolic syncope?
Did edits. You are also welcome to do edits when you see just mistakes in the body. The main question is the title, the body is just supplementing.
Oct
27
revised How can periodic asystole of heart cause cataplaxy with partial asystolic syncope?
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Oct
26
comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
I accepted this answer because of the phrase Escape rhythm with a 10-second asystole where the last choice of the type is backed by my research.
Oct
26
accepted What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
Oct
26
comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
Yes, I think this is a escape rhythm where a 10 second asystole. You should visit me in some conference such that you could see my research. I know that the temporary asystole is not apparent in the strip. By current guideline, you estimate the inactivation to be 1.4 seconds if you take risks - this is a boundary case!