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TI: Novel ultra-high-frequency electrocardiogram tool for the description of the ventricular depolarization pattern before and during cardiac resynchronization
AU: Jurák, Pavel — Curila, Karol — Leinveber, Pavel — Prinzen, Frits W — Viscor, Ivo — Plesinger, Filip — Smisek, Radovan — Prochazkova, Radka — Osmancik, Pavel — Halamek, Josef — Matejkova, Magdalena — Lipoldová, Jolana — Novák, Miroslav — Panovský, Roman — Andrla, Petr — Vondra, Vlastimil — Stros, Petr — Veselá, Jana — Herman, Dalibor
CI: Journal of cardiovascular electrophysiology : an official journal of the North American Society of Pacing & Electrophysiology and the official journal of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society. 2020, roč. 31, č. 1, s. 300-307. ISSN: 1045-3873; 1540-8167 (elektronická verze).
LA: eng                   RT: články
DE: ověření koncepční studie ; akční potenciály ; staří ; staří nad 80 let ; Hisův svazek (patofyziologie) ; blokáda Tawarova raménka (diagnóza, patofyziologie, terapie) ; elektrokardiografie ; ženské pohlaví ; srdeční selhání (diagnóza, patofyziologie, terapie) ; srdeční frekvence ; lidé ; mužské pohlaví ; prediktivní hodnota testů ; časové faktory ; funkce levé komory srdeční ; funkce pravé komory srdeční ; výsledek terapie ; srdeční resynchronizační terapie
PT: práce podpořená grantem ; časopisecké články
AB: INTRODUCTION: The present study introduces a new ultra-high-frequency 14-lead electrocardiogram technique (UHF-ECG) for mapping ventricular depolarization patterns and calculation of novel dyssynchrony parameters that may improve the selection of patients and application of cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT). METHODS: Components of the ECG in sixteen frequency bands within the 150 to 1000 Hz range were used to create ventricular depolarization maps. The maximum time difference between the UHF QRS complex centers of mass of leads V1 to V8 was defined as ventricular electrical dyssynchrony (e-DYS), and the duration at 50% of peak voltage amplitude in each lead was defined as the duration of local depolarization (Vd). Proof of principle measurements was performed in seven patients with left (left bundle branch block) and four patients with right bundle branch block (right bundle branch block) before and during CRT using biventricular and His-bundle pacing. RESULTS: The acquired activation maps reflect the activation sequence under the tested conditions. e-DYS decreased considerably more than QRS duration, during both biventricular pacing (-50% vs -8%) and His-bundle pacing (-77% vs -13%). While biventricular pacing slightly increased Vd, His-bundle pacing reduced Vd significantly (+11% vs -36%), indicating the contribution of the fast conduction system. Optimization of biventricular pacing by adjusting VV-interval showed a decrease of e-DYS from 102 to 36 ms with only a small Vd increase and QRS duration decrease. CONCLUSIONS: The UHF-ECG technique provides novel information about electrical activation of the ventricles from a standard ECG electrode setup, potentially improving the selection of patients for CRT and application of CRT.
SG: NLK: B 1866 ; neváz. 425 a
LI: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31788894 - Pubmed
AN: bmc20028643           DT: 202101
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