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a specialized bit of heart tissue that controls the heartbeat

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7,8) They are due to the direct augmenting effect of the thyroid hormones on the [beta]-adrenergic receptor's sensitivity to catecholamines and increasing myocardial excitability, and on the intrinsic sinoatrial electrophysiologic function, thus decreasing conduction time and resulting in nodal blockade in longstanding disease.
In a normally working heart this impulse is generated by the sinoatrial node (SA node) which is located in the right atrium.
The impact disrupted perfectly timed electrical signals emitted from the heart's sinoatrial node, or natural pacemaker--and killed Parman instantly.
It hits the sinoatrial (sigh-no-A-tree-ull) node, which fires like a sparkplug.
The area from which the electrical impulse arises is called the sinoatrial node.
A normal heart contraction begins with an electrical signal from the sinoatrial node, a group of cells in the right atrium.
3) Birds have a cardiac conduction system, similar to that of mammals, and consists of a sinoatrial node, an atrioventricular node, and Purkinje fibers.
These are the findings of typical second-degree sinoatrial (SA) block, type I, with 5:4 and 4:3 Wenckebach periods.
19-20) demonstrated that high dose exposure to toluene can cause slowing in the sinoatrial rate and atrial ventricular block.
The sinoatrial (SA) node, the normal pacemaker of the heart, receives input from the 10th cranial nerve (CN X), the vagus nerve, via ACh.
The heartbeat originates in the sinoatrial node (SAN) of the heart's right upper chamber, where pacemaker cells are clustered.
3] was associated with bradycardia, PR prolongation, ST depression, and substantial increases in atrial premature beats, sinoatrial block, and atrioventricular block accompanied by concurrent increases in several heart rate variability parameters.
The co-ordinated rhythmic contraction of the heart begins with spontaneous depolarisation of cells in the sinoatrial node due to diastolic depolarisation and calcium cycling(7,8).
Two pairs of bipolar electrodes were placed sub-epicardially at appendage of right atrium and at right ventricular pulmonary conus, respectively, to monitor intracardiac electrograms, from which spontaneous sinoatrial rate and atrioventricular (AV) conduction time were measured.
It represents cyclic gating of vagal input to the sinoatrial node by input from respiratory drive centers to vagal motoneurons in the medulla [41].