Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Interpreting Cardiac Electrograms

From Skin to Endocardium

This is a reference book aimed at cardiologists, electrophysiologists and fellows in training. It presents an expansive review of cardiac electrogram interpretation in a collation of manuscripts that represent clinical studies, relevant anecdotal cases and basic science chapters evaluating cardiac signal processing pertaining to persistent atrial fibrillation. A diagnostic approach to arrhythmias using a standard ECG, the signal average ECG and fetal ECG is highlighted. Intracardiac ICD electrograms are also explored in terms of trouble shooting and device programming.

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Interpreting Cardiac ElectrogramsFrom Skin to EndocardiumEdited by Kevin Michael

Published: October 18th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/65202

ISBN: 978-953-51-3572-2

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3571-5

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1. An Approach to Diagnosing Supraventricular Tachycardias on the 12-Lead EC

By Sanoj Chacko and Adrian Baranchuk

523

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2. Examining Left Axis Deviation

By Madhur Dev Bhattarai

356

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3. Signal-Averaged ECG: Basics to Current Issues

By Ioana Mozos and Dana Stoian

383

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4. Non-invasive Detection and Compression of Fetal Electrocardiogram

By Xin Gao

625

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5. Pacemaker and ICD Troubleshooting

By Sorin Lazar, Henry Huang and Erik Wissner

473

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6. ICD Electrograms in Patients with Brugada Syndrome

By Cismaru Gabriel, Serban Schiau, Gabriel Gusetu, Lucian Muresan, Mihai Puiu, Radu Rosu, Dana Pop and Dumitru Zdrenghea

283

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7. A Review of ICD Anti-Tachycardia Therapy Programming with Generic Programming for Primary and Secondary Prevention

By Fariha Sadiq Ali and Usama Boles

264

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8. Complexity of Atrial Fibrillation Electrograms Through Nonlinear Signal Analysis: In Silico Approach

By Catalina Tobón, Andrés Orozco‐Duque, Juan P. Ugarte, Miguel Becerra and Javier Saiz

309

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9. Loss of Complexity of the Cardiac Bioelectrical Signal as an Expression of Patient Outcomes

By Pedro Eduardo Alvarado Rubio, Ricardo Mansilla Corona, Lizette Segura Vimbela, Alejandro González Mora, Roberto Brugada Molina, Cesar Augusto González López and Laura Yavarik Alvarado Avila

282

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