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  • <p>Here, the sequence of decremental atrial pacing points out the atrial pacing delay for which there is AV block. This is called the &quot;Luciani-Wenckebach time delay&quot;.</p>
<p>The delay is 682 ms, so abnormally &nbsp;long.</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    Luciani-Wenckebach period during electrophysiological exploration 1

    Here, the sequence of decremental atrial pacing points out the atrial pacing delay for which there is AV block. This is called the "Luciani-Wenckebach time delay".

    The delay is 682 ms, so abnormally  long.

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  • <p>patient presenting with repetitive syncopes</p>
<p>presence of a long HV delay reaching 74 ms with large QRS complexes</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    long HV delay 1

    patient presenting with repetitive syncopes

    presence of a long HV delay reaching 74 ms with large QRS complexes

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  • <p>A Reveal implantable Holter shows a blocked p-wave on the stored ECG tracing</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    paroxysmal second-degree AV block in a Reveal device

    A Reveal implantable Holter shows a blocked p-wave on the stored ECG tracing

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  • <p>ECG stored in teh memory of a Reveal device and showing a third-degree AV block associated with syncope</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    third-degree AV block in the Reveal implantable Holter memory function

    ECG stored in teh memory of a Reveal device and showing a third-degree AV block associated with syncope

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  • <p>ECG tracing showing a third-degree AV block with&nbsp;wide QRS complexes and severe bradycardia</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    third-degree AV block 2

    ECG tracing showing a third-degree AV block with wide QRS complexes and severe bradycardia

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  • <p>Patient addressed for repetitive syncopes</p>
<p>presence of second and third degree AV block during electrophysiological exploration with infra-hissian block.</p>
<p>Basic HV delay: 152 ms</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    AV Block II with long HV delay 1

    Patient addressed for repetitive syncopes

    presence of second and third degree AV block during electrophysiological exploration with infra-hissian block.

    Basic HV delay: 152 ms

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  • <p>action potential of a myocyte and inward and outward currents</p>
    Physiopathology, Conduction disorders

    action potential phases of the myocyte

    action potential of a myocyte and inward and outward currents

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  • <p>Dizziness during exercize due to a sinus pause</p>
    Pacing Treatment, Conduction disorders

    Sinus pause during exercize

    Dizziness during exercize due to a sinus pause

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  • <p>ECG<br />
	Complete right bundle branch block<br />
	&nbsp;</p>
    Conduction disorders

    Complete right bundle branch block

    ECG
    Complete right bundle branch block
     

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  • <p>ECG<br />
	HV delay</p>
    Conduction disorders

    HV delay

    ECG
    HV delay

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