Gerard Amoros-Figueras

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Myocardial electrical impedance is influenced by the mechanical activity of the heart. Therefore, the ischemia-induced mechanical dysfunction may cause specific changes in the systolic-diastolic pattern of myocardial impedance, but this is not known. This study aimed to analyze the phasic changes of myocardial resistivity in normal and ischemic conditions.(More)
In this study, the electrical impedance of myocardial tissue is measured dynamically during the cardial cycle. The multisine-based approach used to perform electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) measurements allows acquiring complete spectral impedance information of the tissue dynamics during contraction. Measurements are performed in situ in the left(More)
Myocardial electrical impedance is a biophysical property of the heart that is influenced by the intrinsic structural characteristics of the tissue. Therefore, the structural derangements elicited in a chronic myocardial infarction should cause specific changes in the local systolic-diastolic myocardial impedance, but this is not known. This study aimed to(More)
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