Here are the articles that I added to my Cite-U-Like Queue this week. They generally pertain to myocardial ischemia and infarction, but there are some others mixed in as well.
- A simulation study of the effects of cardiac anatomy in ventricular fibrillation
- Evidence that activation following failed defibrillation is not caused by triggered activity.
- New technologies of internal defibrillation
- Differences between left and right ventricular anatomy determine the types of reentrant circuits induced by an external electric shock. A rabbit heart simulation study.
- Mechanisms of myocardial capture and temporal excitable gap during spiral wave reentry in a bidomain model.
- Termination of spiral wave breakup in a Fitzhugh-Nagumo model via short and long duration stimuli.
- Mechanisms of enhanced shock-induced arrhythmogenesis in the rabbit heart with healed myocardial infarction.
- A difference in inward rectification and polyamine block and permeation between the Kir2.1 and Kir3.1Kir3.4 K channels
- High-resolution optical mapping of intramural virtual electrodes in porcine left ventricular wall.
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