Wenckebach

Wen·cke·bach

(ven-kĕ-bak'),
Karel F., Dutch internist, 1864-1940. See: Wenckebach block, Wenckebach period, Wenckebach phenomenon.
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After resting for 7 min, Wenckebach second-degree atrioventricular block with anterolateral wall T-wave inversion was noted on the electrocardiogram.
On the fifteenth day of the follow-up, the patient was confirmed to have a normal sinus rhythm with rare Wenckebach type II AVB (Figure 1b).
Delivery, installation and commissioning of 2 digital Kardangiosystemen for the sites "Vivantes Wenckebach Hospital (WBK) and Vivantes Klinikum im Friedrichshain (KFH)".
Roland Schiffter is Professor of Neurology and Former Head Physician, Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria Hospital and Vivantes Wenckebach Hospital, Berlin, Germany.
Also known as Wenckebach, Mobitz Type I seconddegree AV block results when there is an intermittent block of SA node-originated impulse conduction within the AV node (nodal) followed by complete failure of the impulse conduction from the atria to the ventricles.
Idiopathic Left ventricular aneurysm causing ventricular tachycardia with 1:1 ventriculoatrial conduction and intermittent Wenckebach block.
German--Joynes-Meissner's Grammar; Prose Composition; Wenckebach and Muller's Gluck Auf.
The CMV endometritis reported by Wenckebach et al2 was associated with lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate with germinal centre formation within the endometrium.
The associated electrocardiogram showed Wenckebach second degree AV heart block during REM sleep usually near the nadir of oxygen desaturation.
The first is known as Mobitz Type I or Wenckebach and typically reflects conduction delay at the AVN.
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