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Synonyms for conduction

the transmission of heat or electricity or sound

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He resumed 1:1 AV conduction (figure IB) on the 10th day and the transvenous pacemaker was removed.
The measurement of PR interval that reflects the AV conduction showed that mean PR interval was 162.
800 patients were treated with radiofrequency catheter ablation and tachycardia could no longer be induced and AV conduction was preserved in 776 patients.
To study the prognosis of AV conduction blocks versus Intraventricular conduction defects in patients with acute myocardial Infarction.
Six years after the paper of Pick et al, Moe and colleagues wrote a seminal paper demonstrating that in most, if not all, published cases of supernormality of AV conduction alternative mechanisms could explain the observed phenomena.
AV conduction was measured as the time difference between activation recorded by each electrode (right atrium and ventricular apex) during sinus rhythm (Figure 1A, B), as determined by the maximum signal derivative.
Halogenated agents reduce sinus node automatism and conduction velocity, while propofol may produce sinus bradycardia and AV block, and etomidate reduces AV conduction.
FTY720-related adverse events included dose-related, transient, generally asymptomatic heart rate reduction, infrequent transient AV conduction block, mild (1-3 mm Hg) blood pressure increase, macular edema (more common with 1.
Ninety-two (54%) were taking [beta]-blockers and/or calcium channel antagonists, which are known to impair AV conduction.
They can also produce AV conduction delays or bundle branch blocks if they affect the electrical conduction tissue.
If unsuccessful, intravenous adenosine or verapamil hydrochloride may be given to slow AV conduction.
Medtronic pacemakers are currently indicated for use in patients who have experienced one or more of the following conditions: symptomatic paroxysmal or permanent second- or third-degree AV block, symptomatic bilateral bundle branch block, symptomatic paroxysmal or transient sinus node dysfunctions with or without associated AV conduction disorders and bradycardia-tachycardia syndrome.
The P-R interval is frequently prolonged as a result of slow AV conduction.
Six years after the paper of Pick et al, (1) Moe and colleagues wrote a seminal paper demonstrating that in most, if not all, published cases of supernormality of AV conduction alternative mechanisms could explain the observed phenomena.
Radiofrequency energy was terminated immediately in the event of impedance rise, displacement of the catheter, an increase in PR interval, occurrence of AV conduction block, accelerated JR with cycle length shorter than 450 ms or JR without ventriculoatrial conduction.