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Fibrillation potentials


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Fibrillation potentials

Drug effects and atrial fibrillation: potential and limitations

Atrial remodeling in persistent atrial fibrillation: the potential role of aldosterone

Chronic myocardial infarction promotes atrial action potential alternans, afterdepolarizations, and fibrillation

Pulmonary vein potentials in patients with and without atrial fibrillation

Cardiac gap junctions and connexins: their role in atrial fibrillation and potential as therapeutic targets

Age-associated changes in electrophysiologic remodeling: a potential contributor to initiation of atrial fibrillation

Atrial remodelling in persistent atrial fibrillation: the potential role of aldosterone: Reply

Prediction of atrial fibrillation onset after cardiac surgery using monophasic action potential (MAP)

Prolongation of minimal action potential duration in sustained fibrillation decreases complexity by transient destabilization

Chronic atrial fibrillation up-regulates β1-Adrenoceptors affecting repolarizing currents and action potential duration

Prolongation of minimal action potential duration in sustained fibrillation decreases complexity by transient destabilization

Prolongation of minimal action potential duration in sustained fibrillation decreases complexity by transient destabilization: reply

Impact of pulmonary vein isolation on atrial late potentials: association with the recurrence of atrial fibrillation

Successful ablation of idiopathic ventricular fibrillation by targeting Purkinje potentials from right ventricle

A novel pulmonary vein potential mimic unique to cryoballoon ablation of atrial fibrillation

Quantifying fractionation and rate in human atrial fibrillation using monophasic action potentials: implications for substrate mapping

Exploring the potential of pulmonary vein recordings: can they help elucidate mechanisms of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation?

The emerging role of inflammation in atrial fibrillation and the potential of anti-inflammatory interventions

 

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An action potential of a single muscle fibre. Arises from a spontaneously contracting muscle and is recorded with a needle electrode. Usually suggestive of denervation though they can be ...

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