C Cíhalík

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Serial testing of drugs (STL) by means of programmed electric stimulation (PES) was implemented in 41 patients with relapsing monomorphic persisting ventricular tachycardia (S-KT) of varying aetiology and severity. To reduce underrating of the action of antiarrhythmics, milder criteria were used for evaluation of the short-term and long-term effectiveness(More)
The group of 127 patients with pathological finding in cardiac conduction system revealed by electrophysiological invasive examination was evaluated with regard to localization of conduction disturbance. A single focus was observed in 70 patients, multifocal affection was found in 57 cases (45%). This finding is in agreement with literary data and thus the(More)
The authors present the results of noninvasive ultrasound examinations of the carotid and the arteries of the lower extremities in 111 patients with acute myocardial infarction. Carotid arterial disease was detected in 45 (41%). In 85% it was asymptomatic, haemodynamically significant lesions of the internal carotid artery were asymptomatic in more than(More)
The authors investigated the electrophysiological and antiarrhythmic properties of a new preparation from the group of antiarrhythmic drugs-Amidepine-developed in the Research Institute for Pharmacy. Repeatedly 10 patients with persistent ventricular tachycardia (PVT) which could be induced by programmed stimulation of the ventricles were examined. Nine of(More)
Disorders of the genesis and conduction of impulses in different parts of the cardiac conduction system are the result of functional or morphological damage of parts of the conduction system. Pathological processes which affect the cardiac conduction system are practically always comprehensive and ensue from the character of the basic disease. Previous(More)