Intramyocardial current flow in acute coronary occlusion in the canine heart.


Data from numerous experimental infarction studies indicate that rapid myocardial cell depolarization following ischemia causes the flow of injury currents. These currents were measured in the canine myocardium by monitoring voltage gradients across infarct boundaries using silver chloride plunge electrodes, followed by placement of a 100 omega resistor… (More)


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