Dipolar electrocardiotopographic evaluation of ventricular activation in patients with various degrees of coronary artery disease.

Abstract

Dipolar electrocardiotopographic imaging of instantaneous vectorcardiographic QRS vectors represents the ventricular activation front as a bounded area on the spherical image surface. Fuzzy set treatment of the elements of this area allows for the recognition of five classes of ventricular activation: I, abnormal; II, abnormal with normal component; III… (More)

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