arrhythmogenesis

arrhythmogenesis

/ar·rhyth·mo·gen·esis/ (ah-rith″mo-jen´ĕ-sis) the development of an arrhythmia.
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Patients have high levels of sympathetic excitation, oxidative stress, inflammatory mediators, endothelial dysfunction, and attenuated endothelial repair, which all can promote atherogenesis, hypertension, arrhythmogenesis, and cardiac death, the researchers noted.
However, safety issues are raised, as this timeperiod is characterized by high incidence of ventricular tachycardia (VT) or fibrillation (VF) [10]; alginate may interfere with arrhythmogenesis by altering diastolic intracellular [Ca.
SR Wayne Chen, PhD, the study's senior author and University of Calgary- Libin Institute researcher, said that the calcium-sensing- gate mechanism discovered here is an entirely novel concept with potential to shift our general understanding of ion channel gating, cardiac arrhythmogenesis, and the treatment of calcium-triggered arrhythmias.
26) Ischemic injury in myocardial infarction has also been associated with the buildup of these intermediates promoting arrhythmogenesis.
miR-1 overexpression enhances Ca(2+) release and promotes cardiac arrhythmogenesis by targeting PP2A regulatory subunit B56alpha and causing CaMKII-dependent hyperphosphorylation of RyR2.
This is in stark contrast to prior evidence demonstrating a lack of arrhythmogenesis and no effect on the electrocardiogram during coronary occlusion when DADLE is infused systemically and has the opportunity for global effects (5).
Increased sympathetic and decreased vagal tone can interact with all of the electrophysiological mechanisms underlying arrhythmogenesis.
Role of genes in arrhythmogenesis due to monogenic disorder
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