By RANGARAJ M. RANGAYYAN
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19 shows the 12-lead ECG of a patient with right bundle-branch block with secondary repolarization changes. The increased QRS width and distortions in the QRS shape indicate the effects of asynchronous activation of the ventricles due to the bundle-branch block. 8. 18 Standard 1Zlead ECG of a normal male adult. Courtesy of E. B. Mitchell, Foothills Hospital, Calgary. 19 Standard 12-lead ECG of a patient with right bundle-branch block. B. Mitchell, Foothills Hospital, Calgary. 9. 12. 9. Reviews of computer applications in ECG analysis have been published by Jenkins [29,30] and Cox et al.
The pause assists in the completion of the transfer of blood from the atria to the ventricles. 4. The His bundle, the bundle branches, and the Purkinje system of specialized conduction fibers propagate the stimulus to the ventricles at a high rate. 5 . The wave of stimulus spreads rapidly from the apex of the heart upwards, causing rapid depolarization (contraction) of the ventricles. 13). 6. 3). The plateau portion of the action potential causes a normally iso-electric segment of about 100 - 120 ms after the QRS, known as the ST segment.
5 - 50 Hz. 05 - 500 Hz. 18 shows the 12-lead ECG of a normal male adult. The system used to obtain the illustration records three channels at a time: leads I, 11,II; aVR, aVL, aVF; V1, V2, V3; and V4, V5, V6 are recorded in the three available channels simultaneously. Other systems may record one channel at a time. Observe the changing shape of the ECG waves from one lead to another. A well-trained cardiologist will be able to deduce the 3D orientation of the cardiac electrical vector by analyzing the waveshapes in the six limb leads.
Biomedical signal analysis: a case-study approach by RANGARAJ M. RANGAYYAN