In SSA, the incision was made in the right atrium parallel to the right atrio-ventricular
groove and extended up to the right atrial appendage.
These findings were further supported by an earlier study in which diminished growth of atrio-ventricular
cushions was found in retinoic acid treated chicken embryos (Bouman et al.
10,11) Axial imaging has disadvantages in congenital heart diseases where the cardiac axis and the skeletal axis may not align, leading to inaccuracies in delineating the atrio-ventricular
The bradycardic (heart rate slowing) effect of ATP, in particular its transient blockade of atrio-ventricular
nodal conduction, has been shown in multiple published clinical studies to terminate re-entrant PSVT involving the atrio-ventricular
A 20-gauge intravenous cannula was inserted across the aortic valve into the left ventricle and secured with a suture around the atrio-ventricular
Descriptive study about atrio-ventricular
blockades in Hospital de Caldas ESE, 1999-2002
Jonathan was a 5-month-old twin with Down Syndrome and complete atrio-ventricular
canal (also known as endocardial cushion defect or atrio-ventricular
septal defect) who came to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) after surgical repair of his heart defect.
It was here doctors found she had a Partial Atrio-Ventricular
Key Words: conduction defects, Fabry's disease, first-degree atrio-ventricular
block, restrictive physiology, right bundle branch block
En condiciones normales, el estimulo electrico cardiaco inicial se genera en una pequena estructura situada en el atrio derecho (ver figura) llamada nodulo sino-atrial, desde alli el impulso se extiende a ambos atrios provocando su contraccion y alcanzando al nodulo atrio-ventricular
que sera estimulado por el a generar un nuevo estimulo electrico dirigido hacia los ventriculos, a traves del Haz de His y sus dos ramas, derecha e izquierda, hasta alcanzar un sistema de conduccion mas fino --llamado fibras de Purkinje-- el cual permite que finalmente alcance las fibras musculares miocardicas ventriculares y se complete la contraccion cardiaca o sistole.
The long admission periods were attributable to other factors: maternal problems, such as cesarean section (n = 57); or neonatal problems, such as atresia of the esophagus (n = 3), inguinal hernia (n = 5), atrio-ventricular
canal (n = 3), or preterm birth at more than 34 weeks of gestation without respiratory complications (n = 46).
Diego was born with an atrio-ventricular
septal defect - which means ``the central portion of the heart was missing,'' Trento said.