Significance of the sinus-node recovery time.

@article{Narula1972SignificanceOT,
  title={Significance of the sinus-node recovery time.},
  author={O S Narula and P. A. Samet and R P Javier},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1972},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={140-58}
}
SUMMARY The phenomenon of postpacing depression of cardiac pacemakers was utilized to evaluate the sinus-node function in 56 patients by analyzing the sinus-node recovery time (SRT), that is, the interval between the last paced P wave and the following sinus P wave. Corrected SRT (CSRT) is defined as the recovery interval in excess of the sinus cycle (SRT-sinus cycle length). The SRT was measured following sinus-node suppression by (1) isolated premature beats (PABs) and (2) atrial pacing (AP… CONTINUE READING

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