PSEUDOTACHYCARDIA DURING 24-HOUR ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHS MONITORING
- Ventricular Arrhythmias in Normotensive Subjects and in Mild Hypertensive Patients. Fariello, Raffaele; Crippa, Massimo; Damiani, Gianpaolo; Notaristefano, Ilaria; Costa, Raffaella; Boni, Enrico; Corda, Luciano; Chiari, Ermanna; Zaninelli, Augusto // Angiology;Feb1998, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p99
Twenty-five normotensive subjects (14 men, 11 women) aged from 25 to 60 years (mean 36) and 30 untreated patients with mild hypertension (stages 1 and 2, JNC V) without target organ damage (16 men, 14 women), aged 26ï¿½59 years (mean 35.8) underwent continuous 24-hour ECG Holter monitoring...
- Regular Review: Lessons from ambulatory electrocardiography. Petch, M.C. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);9/7/1985, Vol. 291 Issue 6496, p617
Examines the efficacy of ambulatory electrocardiography in detecting occult heart disease. Problem in interpreting ambulatory electrocardiography records; Symptoms and arrhythmias of the disease; Effect of the treatment on patient with the disease.
- Pseudo-arrhythmic ECG Artifact. Singh, Satyajeet; Garg, Naveen; Kapoor, Aditya // Heart Views;Jul-Sep2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p118
The article presents a Holter examination of a patient with occasional complaints of pulsed beats in which ventricular tachycardia was revealed on initial examination.
- Evaluation of Quinidine Short and Long-Acting in Control of Arrhythmias. Coodley, Eugene; Pugash, Neil; Toppo, Frank // Angiology;Sep1984, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p581
Twenty-one patients with arrhythmias responsive to quinidine were studied both with regard to consistency of response as determined by repeat Holter Monitoring and in half of these patients a comparison of short and long-acting quinidine was made. Holter Monitoring demonstrated greater than 60%...
- A Randomized, Double-Blind, Parallel Group Comparison of Disopyramide Phosphate and Quinidine in Patients with Cardiac Arrhythmias. Arif, Mohammed; Laidlaw, James C.; Oshrain, Carl; Willis III, Park W.; Nissen, Catherine H.; McDermott, Daniel J.; Smith, W. Scott; Karim, Aziz; Wilson, Richard R. // Angiology;Jun1983, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p393
This report summarizes the results of a randomized, double-blind, parallel group, multicenter study which compared the antiarrhythmic activity and safety of oral disopyramide phosphate and oral quinidine sulfate. A total of 124 outpatients, whose pretreatment rates of ventricular and/or...
- Cardiac involvement and CTG expansion in myotonic dystrophy. Merlevede, Karen; Vermander, Dimitri; Theys, Paul; Legius, Eric; Ector, Hugo; Robberecht, Wim // Journal of Neurology;Jun2002, Vol. 249 Issue 6, p693
Although cardiac complications are well known in myotonic dystrophy (DM), patients rarely manifest symptoms of cardiac disease, and if so they most often show conduction abnormalities or arrhythmia. In this study, specific cardiac findings were reviewed in 79 patients with DM. No correlation was...
- ACC/AHA Guidelines for Ambulatory ECG. Morey, Sharon Scott // American Family Physician;2/1/2000, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p884
Presents guidelines for Ambulatory Electrocardiography by the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association. Recommendations for the evaluation of symptoms of cardiac arrhythmias; Assessment of symptoms of cardiac arrhythmias; Assessment of function of implanted cardiac...
- Improvement of a P-wave detector by a bivariate classification stage. Hernández, A.I.; Carrault, G.; Mora, F. // Transactions of the Institute of Measurement & Control;2000, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p243
Focuses on the supraventricular arrhythmias for ambulatory application in coronary care units. Enhancement of P-wave detector on laboratory procedure; Detection of the classification stage through calculation of operating characteristics curves; Improvement on the detection performance by...
- Detection of arrhythmia: limited usefulness of patient activated recording devices. Thomas, L.E.; Shapiro, L.M.; Perrins, E.J.; Fox, K.M. // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);10/27/1984, Vol. 289 Issue 6452, p1106
Compares the Cardiomemo and 24 hour ambulatory electrocardiography in detecting arrhythmias. Failure of Cardiomemo recording to show ventricular and supraventricular tachycardia; Identification of extra systoles using ambulatory electrocardiography; Limitations of the devices.