Marina A Vaykshnorayte

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The study aimed at the simultaneous determination of the transmural and apicobasal differences in the repolarization timing and the comparison of the contributions of these two repolarization gradients to the development of the body surface T wave potentials in animals with the single heart ventricle (fishes and amphibians). Unipolar potentials were(More)
Aims of the study were to compare the development of electrocardiographic responses of the ischemia-induced heterogeneities of activation and repolarization in the ventricular myocardium of normal and diabetic animals. Body surface ECGs and unipolar electrograms in 64 epicardial leads were recorded before and during 20 min after the ligation of the left(More)
The objective of the study was to investigate the role of electrical remodeling of the ventricular myocardium in hemodynamic impairment and the development of arrhythmogenic substrate. Experiments were conducted with 11 healthy and 12 diabetic (alloxan model, 4 weeks) rabbits. Left ventricular pressure was monitored and unipolar electrograms were recorded(More)
HYPOTHESIS Local and global activation-to-repolarization coupling differ from each other. Experiments were done in 12 dogs and 7 frogs. Activation times (ATs), end of repolarization times (RTs), and activation-recovery intervals (ARIs) were measured in 24 or 64 leads on the entire ventricular surface and on the epicardial patch 5 × 5 mm. The ARI and RT(More)
The distributions of repolarization durations and end of repolarization time were studied on the ventricular epicardium in pikes (Esox lucius) and frogs (Rana esculenta) and in the ventricular intramural layers in toads (Bufo bufo) at the ectopic heart excitation by using method of the synchronous multielectrode cartography (24 unipolar leads). The time of(More)
Cardiac repolarization is prolonged in diabetes mellitus (DM), however the distribution of repolarization durations in diabetic hearts is unknown. We estimated the ventricular repolarization pattern and its relation to the ECG phenomena in diabetic mice. Potential mapping was performed on the anterior ventricular surface in healthy (n=18) and(More)
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