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  • Can you interpret the ECG under stress? [Journal Article]
  • SMSingapore Med J 2018; 59(9):455-459
  • Sia CH, Singh D, Loh JP
  • Stress (Takotsubo) cardiomyopathy (SC) is a cardiomyopathy characterised by transient myocardial dysfunction, commonly triggered by a surge in catecholamine. Electrocardiographic features may mimic o...
  • Ischemic QRS prolongation as a biomarker of myocardial injury in STEMI patients. [Journal Article]
  • ANAnn Noninvasive Electrocardiol 2018 Sep 28; :e12601
  • Almer J, Elmberg V, … Engblom H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Unlike previous experimental studies, the IQP was limited in patients presenting at the emergency room with first-time STEMI and no correlation was found between IQP and CMR variables of myocardial injury in these patients. Therefore, IQP does not seem to be a suitable biomarker for triaging patients in this clinical context.
  • [The significance of EEG in the evaluation of arterial hypertension treatment]. [Journal Article]
  • ZNZh Nevrol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova 2018; 118(8):72-74
  • Ivanova OM, Ivanova MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Normalization of EEG parameters depended only on the AH level was observed in systolic AH <140 mm hg and diastolic AD <90 mm hg in the improvement of general health state during 1-2 month. AH normalization led to disappearance of monophasic spikes, synchronized to ECG R wave, an increase in α-rhythm index, absence of bilateral synchronized spikes. The method of simultaneous recording of AH, ECG and EEG can be used for assessment of AH treatment efficacy and medical-social expertise of patients. The method of biofeedback is effective only when used together with pharmacological treatment of AH according to current treatment standards.
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