Michal Gershinsky

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To detect and quantify consistent ECG amplitude changes, the "ECG variability contour" (EVC) method was proposed. Using this method we investigated amplitude changes in subjects undergoing myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI) with Dipyridamole (Dp). Fifty-three patients having reversible perfusion defects and 19 normal subjects (NS) who were free of:(More)
The effect of dipyridamole (Dp) on the linear portion of the first major deflection of the QRS in human electrocardiograms (which we refer to as Fslope) was investigated in the context of myocardial perfusion imaging (MPI), in normal subjects (NS, n=19) and in patients with cardiovascular ischemia (as manifested by a positive MPI scan, n=53). In the(More)
The " ECG variability contour " (EVC) method was studied with real life rest ECG. Three 1-min long, 12-lead, rest ECG formed the data sets. Mean ECG complex was calculated for each data set, and subtracted from it and the other 2 data sets, forming 9 residue matrices. Residue matrix variables were: (1) EVC reflecting ECG variability (2) normalized(More)
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