James C. Eason

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The goal of this modeling research is to provide mechanistic insight into the effect of altered membrane kinetics associated with 5-12 min of acute global ischemia on the upper limit of cardiac vulnerability (ULV) to electric shocks. We simulate electrical activity in a finite-element bidomain model of a 4-mm-thick slice through the canine ventricles that(More)
Small beat-to-beat differences in heart rate are the result of dynamic control of the cardiovascular system by the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Heart rate variability (HRV) has been positively correlated with both mental and physical health. While many studies measure HRV under rest conditions, few have measured HRV during stressful(More)
Multielectrode arrays used to detect cellular activation have become so dense (electrodes per square millimeter) as to jeopardize the basic assumptions of activation mapping; namely, that electrodes are points adequately separated as to not interfere with the tissue or each other. This paper directly tests these assumptions for high-density electrode(More)
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