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comment What is the effective line detected by ML II channel in ECG?
@Raoul Yes, you are right. I am interested in how much variability there can be caused by each patient.
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
Yes, you are right. We are actually doing the same things, just different point of views how to approach these challenges. I am doing algorithms for these devices and trying to use significantly less data to the analysis. It would be nice to have some good Review article about Electrophysiology with right sources. I have an intuition that the problems of missing significant peaks in Holter cannot by completely bypassed by these Event triggered monitoring (just taken longer data - you must have much simpler algorithms). It is probably about particle-swarm-optimization with simpler application.
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
I know Holter but it is very cumbersome and errorprone, even single important beat can be missed. Current approach in clinics tries to take bigger sample of data - this is ok with current imaging technology, but requires much resources. 48h Holter is now standard. I am researching cardiograms and developing their imaging technologies. I can propose that the case has partial asystole with pacemakers of extremely low frequency active (not even Purkinje/His fibers). And this is confusing me, since I do not understand what can cause so low frequency.
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
Ok, I am doing research here. In clinics,only clear asystole can be detected. I am trying to detect asymptomatic asystoles which occur only short time.
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revised How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
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comment How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
Please, do not underestimate. I make by purpose simplifications, always starting from zero, when researching. Clinics is then different. This is not for health-advices.
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comment How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
How much there are asymptomatic asystoles? I think much but we just cannot detect them. I reformulated the title again to emphasize that we are thinking here the pathophysiology and physiology.
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revised How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
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comment How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
I am not guessing. I am doing research. That is a big difference.
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comment How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
Better formulated: Can asystole lead to loss of consciousness? Eg through hypotension.
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revised What is the effective line detected by ML II channel in ECG?
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
How can you say that there is no asystole involved? Do you have evidence?
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asked How can periodic asystole of heart cause cataplaxy with partial asystolic syncope?
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asked How can Reflex asystolic syncope lead to Asymptomatic Asystole in Heart?
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
Let's define extreme bradycardia as the condition which starts asystole for some period of time. I think it is not now blunt.
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
I think the case is extreme bradycardia and asystole. What can give frequencies of 5 Hz for 10 seconds? Probably something starts to excite when bradycardia reaches its maximum at 3s (first missing P wave).
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comment What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
Thank you for your fast answer! You are right. It is temporal asystole. I added a case picture which I think is little bradycardia and suspect asystole. What do you think?
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revised What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?
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asked What is called the condition where no pacemaker cells are active in heart for short-time?