Assume that the heart is beating, but no pacemaker cells are working for at least 15 seconds. This would be a very long compensatory pause if extrasystole started it. There may be some low frequent cells working at lower frequency (less than 10 Hz) but I do not understand what.
What is the name of condition where main pacemaker cells are not beating? Main pacemakers are SA-node, AV-node and Purkinje-fibers/His-bundle.
Raoul is correct. This is called asystole. It is temporal in the above case.
My definition in research but note the difference to current Clinics so you do not get confused: Asystole is a state of no cardiac electrical activity from pacemaker cells when the conduction system and cardiomyocytes can be still functioning (so the case in my thread). The conduction system and cardiomyocytes of the ventricles are responsible for the bradycardia in my case for short-term.
What do you think about this case? Some bradycardia? Can you suspect asystole there between?
Please, do not make diagnoses based on just this picture (which is often the current standard). Assume case where you see Time-Frequency of the heart perfectly and where you can see exactly the functioning of pacemaker cells at different frequency levels.