The Conduction system of the heart : structure, function, and clinical implications

edited by H. J. J. Wellens, K.I. Lie, and M.J. Janse


  • Anatomy and electrophysiology of the developing conducting system.- 1. The development of the cardiac specialized tissue.- 2. Electrophysiology of the intact neonatal canine atrioventricular conducting system.- Electronmicroscopy of the conducting system.- 3. The fine structure of the atrial and atrio-ventricular (AV) junctional specialized tissues of the rabbit heart.- Impulse formation and conduction.- 4. Recent observations supporting the role of the slow current in cardiac electrophysiology.- 5. Effect of autonomic activity on pacemaker function and conduction.- 6. Supernormal excitability and conduction.- 7. The role of phase 3 and phase 4 block in clinical electrocardiography.- 8. The electrophysiologic basis of parasystole and its variants.- 9. Some effects of electrical stimulation on impulse initiation in cardiac fibers
  • its relevance for the determination of mechanisms of clinical cardiac arrhythmias.- 10. The effect of antiarrhythmic agents on impulse formation and impulse conduction.- Sinus node and atrium.- 11. The sinoatrial node and its connections with the atrial tissues.- 12. Direct and indirect techniques in the evaluation of sinus node function.- 13. Studies on the effect of drugs on sinus node-atrial conduction.- 14. Observations on circusmovement tachycardia in the isolated rabbit atrium.- The atrioventricular junction, the bundle branches and the ventricle.- 15. Morphology of the human atrioventricular junctional area.- 16. Pathological basis of concept of left hemiblock.- 17. Electrophysiology and structure of the atrioventricular node of the isolated rabbit heart.- 18. Influence of geometry on the shape of the propagated action potential.- 19. Electrophysiology of endocardial intraventricular conduction: The role and function of the specialized conducting system.- 20. The experimental evidence for the role of phase 3 and phase 4 block in the genesis of A-V conduction disturbances.- 21. Ventricular activation in human and canine bundle branch block.- 22. Depressed conduction and unidirectional block in Purkinje fibers.- 23. Newer aspects of concealed conduction of the cardiac impulse.- 24. The role of the conduction system in supraventricular tachycardia.- 25. Electrophysiological diagnosis and manifestation of dual A-V nodal pathways.- 26. Incidence of different types of A-V block and their localization by His bundle recordings.- 27. Patterns of V-A conduction in the human heart in the presence of normal and abnormal A-V conduction.- 28. Gap phenomena: Antegrade and retrograde.- 29. Accommodation of A-V nodal conduction and fatigue phenomenon in the His-Purkinje system.- 30. Epicardial mapping and surgical treatment in six cases of resistant ventricular tachycardia not related to coronary artery disease.- The Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.- 31. The electrophysiologic properties of the accessory pathway in the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.- 32. Correlation between catheter electrophysiologic studies and findings on mapping of ventricular excitation in the W.P.W. syndrome.- 33. Ventricular excitation in the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.- Myocardial infarction.- 34. Mechanisms of ectopic rhythm formation due to myocardial ischemia: Effects of heart rate and ventricular premature beats.- 35. Observations during electrical stimulation of the heart in patients with sinus bradycardia following acute myocardial infarction.- 36. A-V nodal block in acute myocardial infarction.- 37. Bundle branch block and acute myocardial infarction.- Bibliography on the conduction system.- Index of subjects.

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書名 The Conduction system of the heart : structure, function, and clinical implications
著作者等 Janse Michiel Johannes
Lie Kong Ing
Wellens Hein J.J.
Wellens H. J. J.
出版元 Martinus Nijihoff Medical Division
刊行年月 1976
版表示 2
ページ数 xii, 708 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 902472080X
NCID BA13216753
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国