Endocardial mapping in humans in sinus rhythm with normal left ventricles: activation patterns and characteristics of electrograms.

@article{Cassidy1984EndocardialMI,
  title={Endocardial mapping in humans in sinus rhythm with normal left ventricles: activation patterns and characteristics of electrograms.},
  author={D. M. Cassidy and J A Vassallo and Francis E Marchlinski and Alfred E. Buxton and William J. Untereker and Mark E. Josephson},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1984},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={37-42}
}
Endocardial catheter mapping was performed in 15 patients in sinus rhythm who had no evidence of structural heart disease and normal left ventricles. Mapping was performed with the use of 10 mm interelectrode distance from various left ventricular endocardial sites. In 10 patients a quantitative analysis of electrographic amplitude, duration, and amplitude/duration ratio was performed. The normal left ventricular bipolar electrograms had an amplitude of greater than 3 mV, a duration of less… CONTINUE READING
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