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(EKG: ST depression or T wave inversion)
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  • Cardiac ischemia-insights from computational models. [Review]
  • HEHerzschrittmacherther Elektrophysiol 2018 Jan 05
  • Loewe A, Wülfers EM, Seemann G
  • CONCLUSIONS: In silico modeling contributes quantitative and mechanistic insight into fundamental ischemia-related arrhythmogenic mechanisms. In addition, computational modeling can help to translate experimental findings at the (sub-)cellular level to the organ and body context (e. g., ECG), thereby providing a thorough understanding of this routinely used diagnostic tool that may translate into optimized applications.
  • Clinical impact of repolarization changes in supine versus upright body position. [Journal Article]
  • CJCardiol J 2017 Dec 14
  • Markendorf S, Lüscher TF, … Schmied CM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The majority of the patients do not show significant morphological changes in their ECG by changing the body position from supine to upright. Changes of QTc time instead, are significant and the interval might be overestimated in upright. Therefore assess-ment of the QTc interval should strictly be done in a supine position.
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