Edwards Ehlers

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In 19 patients with healthy AV-nodes the adaptation of the intranodal conduction time (A-H time) to gliding increase and decrease in atrial frequency and to the blockade of the autonomic nervous system was investigated usingHis bundle electrograms. The measurements were performed during right atrial stimulation with three frequencies, each with a duration(More)
The functional dissociation (FD) of conduction within the AV-node is characterized by sudden prolongations and/or shortenings of the AH-time during stimulation. Examples for FD are presented during regular atrial stimulation and atrial extrastimulus technique. The appearance of FD is no proof for functional impairment of the AV-node. The blockade of the(More)
In 19 patients with healthy AV-nodes the adaptation of the intranodal conduction time (A-H time) to gliding increase and decrease in atrial frequency and to the blockade of the autonomic nervous system was investigated using His bundle electrograms. The measurements were performed during right atrial stimulation with three frequencies, each with a duration(More)
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The functional dissociation (FD) of conduction within the AV-node is characteriziert by sudden prolongations and/or shortenings of the AH-time during stimulation. Examples for FD are presented during regular atrial stimulation and atrial extrastimulus technique. The appearance of FD is no proof for functional impairment of the AV-node. The blockade of the(More)
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