High frequency QRS electrocardiography in the detection of reperfusion following thrombolytic therapy.

@article{Aversano1994HighFQ,
  title={High frequency QRS electrocardiography in the detection of reperfusion following thrombolytic therapy.},
  author={Thomas R Aversano and B Rudikoff and Abeer Washington and Saskia Traill and Vicki J Coombs and Judith Raqueno},
  journal={Clinical cardiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={17 4},
  pages={175-82}
}
The hypothesis that an increase in the amplitude (root-mean-square voltage) of the high frequency (150-250 Hz) components of the QRS complex occurs with successful reperfusion following thrombolytic therapy in acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and fails to occur when thrombolysis fails was tested. Clinical markers for successful or failed reperfusion following thrombolytic therapy for AMI are notoriously insensitive. The amplitude of the high-frequency components of the QRS complex decreases… CONTINUE READING

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