Multistable spatiotemporal patterns of cardiac activity.

@article{Glass2005MultistableSP,
  title={Multistable spatiotemporal patterns of cardiac activity.},
  author={Leon Glass},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2005},
  volume={102 30},
  pages={
          10409-10
        }
}
One thing is certain. Between now and some time in the future, let's say within the next 60 years for most of you, your heart will undergo a transition from its current behavior, which is pumping adequate amounts of blood to your brain, to a different behavior that leads to inadequate pumping of blood and subsequent death. The terminal cardiac rhythm of the heart is usually ventricular fibrillation, a rhythm in which the main pumping chambers of the heart, the ventricles, do not exhibit the… CONTINUE READING

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