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EAD stands for Early After Depolarization

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Relationship between the Potassium Currents Block and the Occurrence of Early after Depolarizations in the Setting of Sodium Current Blockade
Looking for online definition of proarrhythmia in the Medical; Altered reentry substrate and early after depolarization; proarrhythmia; proarrhythmic;
which may lead to an increased frequency of early after-depolarization formation. This is a novel mechanism by which voltage noise may influence APD.
Early afterdepolarization, electrophysiology in vitro, 5-HT3 receptor antagonist, APD durations, early after depolarization, L-type Ca...
Effects of nicardipine and bupivacaine on early after depolarization in rabbit sinoatrial node cells A possible mechanism of bupivacaine-induced arrhythmias - a...
SADS Foundation USA; can lead to early after-depolarization, further dispersion of repolarization, and the formation of reentry circuits.
These antibiotics prolong the phase 3 of the action potential and cause early after depolarization and dispersion of repolarization that precipitate TdP.
The results showed that slowing pacing rate might increase the heterogeneity of inter-ventricles and there were early after depolarization (EAD)...
Publication » The ionic mechanisms of early after depolarization in mouse ventricular myocytes: the role of IK1.
Abstract Early after-depolarization (EAD), or abnormal depolarization during the plateau phase of action potentials, is a hallmark of long-QT syndrome (LQTS).
early after depolarization; mammalian ventricular action potential; potassium currents block; sodium current blockade; IEEE TERMS. Cardiology; Computational modeling...
APD durations, triangulation and early after depolarization (EAD) incidence were assessed. Ondansetron increased APD50, APD70 and APD90...
Ead definition, (in prescriptions) the same. See more. Dictionary.com; EAD early after depolarization. The American Heritage® Abbreviations Dictionary...
Pharmacology of Cardiac Arrhythmias. Description. N/A. Total Cards. 55. Subject. Accounting. Level; "Early" after-depolarization (EAD) - occurs during...
early after depolarization ? enhanced normal automaticity ? intracellular calcium overload Torsade de pointes is a potentially fatal arrhythmia that can be...
LONG QT SYNDROME Katie DePlatchett; Disease of the ion channels Prolongation of the action potential Early after depolarization* Increased sympathetic activity...
As repolarization is slowed secondary to; C.T., Chau, V. and Makelski, J.C. Triggered activity in the heart: cellular mechanisms of early after- depolarization...
Looking for the shorthand of Early After Depolarization? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: Early...
Early after depolarization EAD (phase 2 and phase 3 of action potential) § Phase 2 EAD is secondary inward current of L-type ca channel. example are Loss of...
(KudoZ) English to Turkish translation of Early-after-depolarization: erken art depolarizasyon [MR görüntüleme - Medical (general) (Science)].
English term or phrase: early-after-depolarization;low potassium and low pulse rates, which are known to favor the occurrence of early-after-depolarization.
How to Cite. Charpentier, F., Drouin, E., Gauthier, C. and Marec, H. L. (1993), Early after/depolarizations and triggered activity: mechanisms and autonomic regulation.
General Pharmacology: The Vascular System 1999-08-01 Effects of nicardipine and bupivacaine on early after depolarization in rabbit sinoatrial node cells: a possible...
Action Potential and Potassium Currents. membrane potential (mV)-90. 0. 1. 2. Early After Depolarization
and rate dependence of early after depolarizations; R. Voltage-activated calcium channels that must be phosphorylated to respond to membrane depolarization.
pinacidil; heart; ventricular fibrillation; early after-depolarization (EAD); defibrillation threshold; postshock activation. Top Introduction.
Activation of Ca2+/calmodulin (CaM) dependent kinase II (CaMKII) in heart failure (HF) contributes to cardiomyocyte apoptosis, early-after depolarization-induce...
BACKGROUND Long QT syndrome is associated with early after-depolarization (EAD) that may result in torsade de pointes (TdP).
a premature beat occurs in this period, the arrhythmia is initiated and perpetuated due to phase 2 re-entry or phase 2 early after depolarization.
early after depolarization; I Na-L, late sodium current; LQTS, long QT syndromes; TdP, torsades de pointes; Tp-e interval, interval from the peak to the end of...
Dissolved cardiac myocytes can couple together and generate synchronous beatings in culture. We observed a synchronized early after-depolarization(EAD)-like rhythm in...
1489 www.chinaphar.com Jin Q et al Acta Pharmacologica Sinica npg successful and failed shocks and how piniacidil, an early after-depolarization (EAD) inhibitor...
Keywords: Early after depolarization, phenytoin, polymorphic ventricular tachycardia. How to cite this article...
risk of development of malignant ventricular arrhythmias, probably via two mechanisms. First, it facilitates transmural early after-depolarization propagation...
The Long QT Syndrome Knowledge Base. Overview; Electrical Activity of; A normally functioning KCNH2 protein allows for protection against early after-depolarization.