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The long QT syndrome (LQTS) is a genetic disorder, typically characterized by a prolonged QT interval in the ECG due to abnormal cardiac repolarization. LQTS may lead to syncopal episodes and sudden cardiac death. Various parameters based on T-wave morphology, as well as the QT interval itself have been shown to be useful discriminators, but no single ECG(More)
Sertindole's propensity to prolong the QT interval relates to blockade of the KCNH2 (HERG) encoded Ikr potassium channel, but there has been limited detailed data on T-wave morphology changes. Digital 12-lead ECG was recorded at baseline and at steady-state in 37 patients switched to sertindole. ECG was analyzed for quantitative T-wave morphology changes(More)
We hypothesized that not only the location but also extent of myocardial ischemia (area at risk, AAR) during acute myocardial infarction could be estimated from the spatial distribution of ST-segment deviations in the ECG. Standard 12-lead ECGs and SPECT images were obtained from 75 patients. Precordial ST-segment deviations were organized according to(More)
We present data from cuff electrode recordings from a mixed sensory-/motor nerve as expressed during walking in chronically implanted Göttingen mini-pigs. Our results show that it is possible to filter out residual electromyographic interference and that the energy content of the resulting electroneurographic (ENG) signals modulate clearly with gait. The(More)
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