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Electrolyte’s imbalance role in atrial fibrillation: Pharmacological management

Rafaqat S,  Rafaqat S, Khurshid H, Rafaqat S

The contribution of the perpetuation of atrial fibrillation is caused by electrical remodeling in which calcium, sodium and potassium channels could refer to changes in the ion channel protein expression,...
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ECG optimisation for CRT systems in the era of automatic algorithms: a comprehensive review

 Zoppo F,  Cocciolo A, Mangiameli D, Perazza L, Corrado A

Cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) may fail in up to one third of patients, mainly due to anatomical and procedural issues. In the daily practice, ECG optimisation is largely used to...
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Clinical outcomes in patients with persistent atrial fibrillation after technologic advances including contact force‑guided and ablation index‑guided ablation

 Jeon W,  Lee S, Choi E, Oh S

Purpose: We aimed to evaluate the influence of technological advances on ablation outcomes in patients with persistent atrial fibrillation (AF) (PeAF). Radiofrequency ablation for patients with AF has advanced, including...
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Machine learning based potentiating impacts of 12‑lead ECG for classifying paroxysmal versus non‑paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

Kim S,  Kwon S, Markey M, Bovik A, Hong S, Kim J, Hwang H,  Joung B,  Pak H,  Lee M, Park J

Background: Conventional modality requires several days observation by Holter monitor to differentiate atrial fibril‑ lation (AF) between Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (PAF) and Non-paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (Non-PAF). Rapid and practical differentiating...
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Machine learning techniques for arrhythmic risk stratification: a review of the literature

 Chung C, Bazoukis G, Lee S, Liu Y,  Liu T, Letsas K,  Armoundas A, Tse G

Ventricular arrhythmias (VAs) and sudden cardiac death (SCD) are significant adverse events that affect the morbidity and mortality of both the general population and patients with predisposing cardiovascular risk factors....
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Optogenetics in cardiology: methodology and future applications

 Sung Y,  Wang T, Lin T, Lin S

Optogenetics is an emerging biological approach with the unique capability of specific targeting due to the precise light control with high spatial and temporal resolution. It uses selected light wavelengths...
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Sudden cardiac death in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: an updated review

Wu S,  Hsieh Y

Despite the advances in medical and device therapies for heart failure (HF), sudden cardiac death (SCD) remains a tremendous global burden in patients with HF. Among the risk factors for...
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Effect on sinus cycle length and atrioventricular node function after high‑power short‑duration versus conventional radiofrequency catheter ablation in paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

Do U, Kim M, Cho M, Nam G, Choi K, Jun J

Background: The efficacy and safety of high-power, short-duration (HPSD) radiofrequency catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation (AF) have been demonstrated in several studies. We aimed to evaluate and compare the effects...
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