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Elektrophysiologische Grundlagen

  • B. Lüderitz

Zusammenfassung

Herzrhythmusstörungen lassen sich einteilen in Störungen der Reizbildung und Störungen der Erregungsleitung. Ursache ektoper Reizbildung können gesteigerte Automatic, abnorme Automatie (Imanishi u. Surawicz 1976) und getriggerte Aktivität (Wit etal. 1972 a) sein. Erregungsleitungsstörungen können in linearen geschlossenen Leitungsbahnen oder auch im räumlichen Gesamtzellverband zu Arrhythmien führen.

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