Post-shock spatial gradients of transmembrane potential as a source for post-shock activations during failed defibrillation

Abstract

Recent studies suggest that defibrillation success is influenced by the production of new activations at (or after) the end of a post-shock refractory period. The authors examined if post-shock spatial gradients of transmembrane potential (GTMP) could serve as a possible source for electrotonically evoking post-shock activations. Previously measured action… (More)

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