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Poincaré Plot in Ischemic Rabbit Hearts

Originální název

Poincaré Plot in Ischemic Rabbit Hearts

Anglický název

Poincaré Plot in Ischemic Rabbit Hearts

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en

Originální abstrakt

Heart rate variability can be evaluated by Poincaré plot. Its parameter SD1 describes short-term variability which is mainly caused by respiratory sinus arrhythmia, whereas SD2 describes long-term variability. Ischemia is believed to affect non-autonomic mechanism of the heart and as a result of it also HRV. However not only this mechanism is responsible for HRV changes, because ischemia affects both parameters significantly even in isolated denervated hearts. Both parameters - SD1 and SD2 - show lower values in ischemic phases of experiment than in reperfusion ones. Shape of Poincaré plot's attractor has a form of line both in ischemic and reperfusion periods; however in reperfusion phases of experiment the attractor is longer.

Anglický abstrakt

Heart rate variability can be evaluated by Poincaré plot. Its parameter SD1 describes short-term variability which is mainly caused by respiratory sinus arrhythmia, whereas SD2 describes long-term variability. Ischemia is believed to affect non-autonomic mechanism of the heart and as a result of it also HRV. However not only this mechanism is responsible for HRV changes, because ischemia affects both parameters significantly even in isolated denervated hearts. Both parameters - SD1 and SD2 - show lower values in ischemic phases of experiment than in reperfusion ones. Shape of Poincaré plot's attractor has a form of line both in ischemic and reperfusion periods; however in reperfusion phases of experiment the attractor is longer.

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@inproceedings{BUT35636,
  author="Oto {Janoušek} and Marina {Ronzhina} and Marie {Nováková} and Ivo {Provazník} and Jana {Kolářová}",
  title="Poincaré Plot in Ischemic Rabbit Hearts",
  annote="Heart rate variability can be evaluated by Poincaré plot. Its parameter SD1 describes short-term variability which is mainly caused by respiratory sinus arrhythmia, whereas SD2 describes long-term variability. Ischemia is believed to affect non-autonomic mechanism of the heart and as a result of it also HRV. However not only this mechanism is responsible for HRV changes, because ischemia affects both parameters significantly even in isolated denervated hearts. Both parameters - SD1 and SD2 - show lower values in ischemic phases of experiment than in reperfusion ones. Shape of Poincaré plot's attractor has a form of line both in ischemic and reperfusion periods; however in reperfusion phases of experiment the attractor is longer.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="Computers in Cardiology",
  chapter="35636",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2010",
  month="december",
  pages="919--922",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}