sinoatrial node

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a specialized bit of heart tissue that controls the heartbeat

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Caption: The sinoatrial node (circled above) in your heart sends out electrical impulses that cause your heart to beat.
Saremi et al reported that a single Sinoatrial nodal artery arose from RCA in 65.
Analise comparativa entre a vascularizacao arterial ventricular e do no sinoatrial em coracoes de caes.
The most common cause of SND is idiopathic sinoatrial node fibrosis, sometimes accompanied by degeneration of lower elements of the conducting system.
It represents the atrial depolarization that is the requisite time for an electrical impulse generated from the sinoatrial node to proliferate all over the atrial musculature.
In recent years, some researchers applied heart rate variability (HRV), the slight disparity between two adjacent cardiac cycles which demonstrated the changes in sensitivity and balance of sympathetic and vagal branches acting on sinoatrial node, in assessing the welfare and stress in animals [12].
Were the Voll device actually measuring 'meridians' then our meter needle would be jumping with each and every sinoatrial discharge (aka heartbeat).
Sinoatrial node pacemaker cells are the heart's primary pacemaker, controlling the heartbeat throughout life.
Em cargas elevadas de trabalho, o sistema simpatico e o responsavel pela elevacao da FC atraves da estimulacao dos nodos sinoatrial e atrioventricular (Carter e colaboradores, 2003).
Electrical activity is generated spontaneously via the sinoatrial node located in the right atrium, often referred to as the 'natural pacemaker' of the heart.
In a normal heart, electrical impulses start in the sinoatrial node near the top of the right atrium, causing the atria to contract and send blood down to the heart's ventricles (lower chambers).
This depolarizes a critical mass of the heart muscle, terminates the dysrhythmia and allows normal sinus rhythm to be reestablished by the body's natural pacemaker, in the sinoatrial node of the heart.
Caution is required in cases of sympotmat cardiac rhythm disorders, sinoatrial or antrioventricular conduction disorders.
Ivabradine (Corlanor, Amgen) is a sinoatrial node modulator.