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Pacemaker and Defibrillator Implantation and Programming in Patients with Deep Brain Stimulation

… Implantation and Programming in Patients with Deep Brain Stimulation Mark Elliott , Sheikh Momin , Barnaby Fiddes , …

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AER Volume 8 Issue 2 Spring 2019

… Implantation and Programming in Patients with Deep Brain Stimulation Mark Elliott ,  Sheikh Momin ,  Barnaby Fiddes ,  …

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Non-invasive Low-level Tragus Stimulation in Cardiovascular Diseases

… & Tables References Article Non-invasive Low-level Tragus Stimulation in Cardiovascular Diseases Yunqiu Jiang , Sunny S … axis has been proposed to tightly integrate the brain-heart-periphery axis, which is characterised by various … 22 Low-level Tragus Stimulation Download Display full size Brain activation patterns, based on functional MRI (fMRI) …

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Decrement Evoked Potential Mapping to Guide Ventricular Tachycardia Ablation: Elucidating the Functional Substrate

… critical functional substrate. Decrement-evoked potential (DeEP) mapping has been developed to elucidate this using an … in mind, the authors detail the evolution of the DeEP concept by way of a study of simultaneous panoramic … potentials; and different sites of programmed ventricular stimulation (such as the RV apex, the right ventricular …

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Device-Based Approaches to Modulate the Autonomic Nervous System and Cardiac Electrophysiology

… modulation as well. For instance, clinical trials of vagal stimulation and spinal cord stimulation in the treatment of … primarily posterior to the atria, likely acts as a 'little brain' of the heart - it provides efferent input to the … Armour JA. Potential clinical relevance of the 'little brain' on the mammalian heart. Exp Physiol 2008;93(2):165-76. …

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Clinical Electrophysiology and Precision Medicine Initiatives

… As an exemplar excitable tissue the heart differs from the brain 8 in being accessible, relatively simple and in many … al. A national network of neurotechnology centers for the brain initiative. Neuron 2015; 88: 445-8. Crossref | PubMed Delude CM. Deep phenotyping: The details of disease. Nature 2015; 527: …

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Mark Josephson: Pioneer, Educator and Mentor to a Generation of Cardiac Electrophysiologists

… building on the work of Hein Wellens in using programmed stimulation and catheter mapping to understand scar-related … for recognising subtle, unexpected events and delving deep to explore their potential mechanisms and significance. …

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His–Purkinje Conduction System Pacing: State of the Art in 2020

… (LBBP) is a newer technique in which the lead is fixed deep into the left side of the intraventricular septum to … , left bundle branch pacing , left bundle area pacing , deep septal pacing , conduction system pacing , cardiac … 3 The originally favoured site of conduction system stimulation is the His bundle, and there is now large global …

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Dynamic High-density Functional Substrate Mapping Improves Outcomes in Ischaemic Ventricular Tachycardia Ablation: Sense Protocol Functional Substrate Mapping and Other Functional Mapping Techniques

… Potential Mapping Decrement-evoked potential (DEEP) mapping utilises drive train pacing at 600 ms (S1) from … after the S2 is > 10 ms, the LP is defined as a DEEP. The same strategy is used for multicomponent … heart failure or poorly tolerated VT through repetitive stimulation. Repetitive stimulation may also cause conduction …

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Ganglionated Plexi Ablation: Physiology and Clinical Applications

… (CANS). The extrinsic CANS consists of the ganglia in the brain or along the spinal cord, where the cell bodies reside, … electrophysiological study by applying high-frequency stimulation (HFS) (20 Hz) at the respective anatomical … a sudden increase in the afferent neural traffic to the brain. The final result is sympathetic withdrawal and …

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