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ALLMedicine™ Junctional Rhythm Center

Research & Reviews  77 results

Pacemaker generator replacement as a key to the puzzle of dyspnoea in a community dwell...
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7684651
BMJ Case Reports; Schmidt T, Harmon D et. al.

Nov 24th, 2020 - A 104-year-old woman presented with dyspnoea. Workup revealed normal troponins, elevated D-dimer at 2285 with subsequent chest CT angiogram negative for pulmonary embolism. NT-pro BNP elevated to 5208 pg/mL. Chest X-ray revealed mild cardiac enlar...

Effectiveness of a 3D mapping benchmark for ablation in patients with atrioventricular ...
https://doi.org/10.1111/pace.14104
Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology : PACE REFERENCES; Yamamoto M, Tachibana M et. al.

Nov 12th, 2020 - Avoiding excessively fast junctional rhythm (JR) during slow pathway (SP) modification for atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT) helps prevent serious atrioventricular block. This study investigated the usefulness of a predictive ab...

Automated rhythm-based control of radiofrequency ablation close to the atrioventricular...
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrthm.2020.10.014
Heart Rhythm; Hooks DA, Dubois R et. al.

Oct 22nd, 2020 - Risk of heart block during radiofrequency ablation of AVNRT and septal accessory pathways is minimized by rapidly ceasing ablation in response to markers of risk, such as atrio-ventricular dissociation, fast junctional rhythm, PR interval prolonga...

Spontaneous Conversion of Long-Standing Atrial Fibrillation/Flutter.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjcard.2020.06.041
The American Journal of Cardiology; Rosenfeld LE, Obasare ER et. al.

Jul 28th, 2020 - There have been no recent descriptions of the spontaneous conversion of long-standing atrial fibrillation (AF) or flutter (AFl) to sinus rhythm which, in the past, has been associated with rheumatic mitral valve disease and treatment with digoxin....

A New Valve—and a Change of Heart?
https://www.mdedge.com/fedprac/article/211993/cardiology/new-valve-and-change-heart?channel=194
Lyle W. Larson, PhD, PA-C

Nov 11th, 2019 - ANSWER This ECG shows sinus rhythm with complete heart block and a junctional rhythm with a right-axis deviation. Additionally, ventricular depolarization in the precordial leads is suggestive of an anterior myocardial infarction.

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Clinicaltrials.gov  89 results

Pacemaker generator replacement as a key to the puzzle of dyspnoea in a community dwell...
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7684651
BMJ Case Reports; Schmidt T, Harmon D et. al.

Nov 24th, 2020 - A 104-year-old woman presented with dyspnoea. Workup revealed normal troponins, elevated D-dimer at 2285 with subsequent chest CT angiogram negative for pulmonary embolism. NT-pro BNP elevated to 5208 pg/mL. Chest X-ray revealed mild cardiac enlar...

Effectiveness of a 3D mapping benchmark for ablation in patients with atrioventricular ...
https://doi.org/10.1111/pace.14104
Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology : PACE REFERENCES; Yamamoto M, Tachibana M et. al.

Nov 12th, 2020 - Avoiding excessively fast junctional rhythm (JR) during slow pathway (SP) modification for atrioventricular nodal reentrant tachycardia (AVNRT) helps prevent serious atrioventricular block. This study investigated the usefulness of a predictive ab...

Automated rhythm-based control of radiofrequency ablation close to the atrioventricular...
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrthm.2020.10.014
Heart Rhythm; Hooks DA, Dubois R et. al.

Oct 22nd, 2020 - Risk of heart block during radiofrequency ablation of AVNRT and septal accessory pathways is minimized by rapidly ceasing ablation in response to markers of risk, such as atrio-ventricular dissociation, fast junctional rhythm, PR interval prolonga...

Spontaneous Conversion of Long-Standing Atrial Fibrillation/Flutter.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amjcard.2020.06.041
The American Journal of Cardiology; Rosenfeld LE, Obasare ER et. al.

Jul 28th, 2020 - There have been no recent descriptions of the spontaneous conversion of long-standing atrial fibrillation (AF) or flutter (AFl) to sinus rhythm which, in the past, has been associated with rheumatic mitral valve disease and treatment with digoxin....

A New Valve—and a Change of Heart?
https://www.mdedge.com/fedprac/article/211993/cardiology/new-valve-and-change-heart?channel=194
Lyle W. Larson, PhD, PA-C

Nov 11th, 2019 - ANSWER This ECG shows sinus rhythm with complete heart block and a junctional rhythm with a right-axis deviation. Additionally, ventricular depolarization in the precordial leads is suggestive of an anterior myocardial infarction.

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News  17 results

A New Valve—and a Change of Heart?
https://www.mdedge.com/fedprac/article/211993/cardiology/new-valve-and-change-heart?channel=194
Lyle W. Larson, PhD, PA-C

Nov 11th, 2019 - ANSWER This ECG shows sinus rhythm with complete heart block and a junctional rhythm with a right-axis deviation. Additionally, ventricular depolarization in the precordial leads is suggestive of an anterior myocardial infarction.

The Disappearing Palpitations
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/901144_2

Aug 29th, 2018 - His ECG reveals normal sinus rhythm and what else? Your Peers Chose: Sinus pause 0% Atrial rhythm 0% Blocked premature atrial complex (PAC) and dual atrioventricular (AV) pathways 0% Mobitz type I 0% Junctional rhythm 0% (Enlarge Image) Figure 2. ...

Total Eclipse of the Heart
https://www.mdedge.com/clinicianreviews/article/145104/cardiology/total-eclipse-heart
Lyle W. Larson, PhD, PA-C

Sep 6th, 2017 - ANSWER The correct interpretation includes sinus rhythm with complete heart block and a junctional rhythm. Normal sinus rhythm is evidenced by normal-appearing P waves at a rate of about 66 beats/min, although there is some respiratory variation.

An Exhausting Case of “Smoker’s Cough”
https://www.mdedge.com/clinicianreviews/article/110908/cardiology/exhausting-case-smokers-cough
Lyle W. Larson, PhD, PA-C

Jul 27th, 2016 - ANSWER The correct interpretation includes sinus rhythm with complete heart block and a junctional rhythm, a rightward axis, and evidence of an anterior myocardial infarction (MI). Sinus rhythm is evidenced by the regular rate and rhythm of the P.

ECG Challenge: Revelations of a 'Routine' ECG
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/861430_2

Apr 19th, 2016 - Discussion The rhythm is regular at a rate of 72 beats/min, although the fourth and ninth QRS complexes (*) are associated with a slightly shorter interval (rate 80 beats/min) (Figure 2). (Enlarge Image) Figure 2. Accelerated junctional rhythm. Im...

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