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РОТАЦИЯ, ТОРСИЯ И ТВИСТ ПРИ ПОЛНОЙ БЛОКАДЕ ЛЕВОЙ НОЖКИ ПУЧКА ГИСА

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Аннотация

Рассматриваются особенности возбуждение и сокращение левого желудочка в норме, при полной блокаде левой ножки пучка Гиса и при апикальной электрокардиостимуляции, обсуждается возможность оценки параметров скручивания в прогнозировании ответа на сердечную ресинхронизирующую терапию.

Об авторах

Е. Н. Павлюкова
НИИ кардиологии
Россия


Д. А. Кужель
Красноярский ГМУ им. проф. В.Ф. Войно-Ясенецкого; КГБУЗ Красноярская краевая больница № 2
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Павлюкова Е.Н., Кужель Д.А. РОТАЦИЯ, ТОРСИЯ И ТВИСТ ПРИ ПОЛНОЙ БЛОКАДЕ ЛЕВОЙ НОЖКИ ПУЧКА ГИСА. Вестник аритмологии. 2016;(85):48-55.

For citation:


Pavlyukova E.N., Kuzhel D.A. ROTATION, TORSION, AND TWIST IN COMPLETE LEFT BUNDLE BRANCH BLOCK. Journal of Arrhythmology. 2016;(85):48-55. (In Russ.)

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