T(p-e)/QT ratio as an index of arrhythmogenesis.

@article{Gupta2008TpeQTRA,
  title={T(p-e)/QT ratio as an index of arrhythmogenesis.},
  author={Prasad Gupta and Chinmay Patel and Paresh U. Patel and Srinivasa Narayanaswamy and Binu Malhotra and Jared T Green and Gan-xin Yan},
  journal={Journal of electrocardiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={567-74}
}
An increasing number of basic and clinical studies have suggested that the interval from the peak to the end of the electrocardiographic T wave (T(p-e)) may correspond to the transmural dispersion of repolarization and that amplification of the T(p-e) interval is associated with malignant ventricular arrhythmias. In this review, we outline the utility of the T(p-e) interval and the T(p-e)/QT ratio as an electrocardiographic index of arrhythmogenesis for both congenital and acquired ion channel… CONTINUE READING
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