(redirected from Body Surface Potential Mapping)
BSPMBody Surface Potential Mapping (cardiology)
BSPMBioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management (Colorado State University)
BSPMBristol Security and Property Management (UK)
BSPMBulk Synchronous Parallel Model
BSPMBrowser Session Preservation and Migration (computing)
References in periodicals archive ?
Body surface potential mapping and experimental protocol
Body surface potential mappings (BSPM) were simultaneously recorded from 32 subcutaneous needle electrodes (registering surface-0.
Objective: Study goal was a comparative analysis of the characteristics of the isopotential maps, registered originally in the body surface potential mapping (BSPM) 87-lead (complete) cylindrical system, which were then transformed to the 30-lead (limited) spherical subsystem.
Key words: body surface potential mapping, limited lead system, cylindrical system, spherical system
Key words: body surface potential mapping, dipole model of cardiac generator, assessment of ischemic lesions
This study sought to establish electrocardiographic criteria associated to the ventricular electrical activation process that could identify patients with functional class (FC) improvement after CRT, by using the noninvasive method of body surface potential mapping (BSPM).
Key words: body surface potential mapping, functional class, ventricular electrical activation
Objective: Body surface potential mapping (BSPM) is essentially recommended for detecting and evaluating abnormalities of cardiac electric field specific for various stages of ischemic state of myocardium caused by coronary artery disease (CAD).
Key words: single-vessel disease, resting ECG, body surface potential mapping, ST-T isointegral maps
Body surface potential mapping and noninvasive electrocardiographic imaging provide also a deeper insight into the mechanism of cardiac electrical depolarization and contributing to develop the selection method of best pacing sites for patients referred for CRT.
54 years) in NYHA-functional class III-IV heartfailure and LBBB, who received CRT through implantation of atria 1-biventricular pacemakers, were assessed by 87-lead body surface potential mapping (BSPM).
Keywords: body surface potential mapping, arrhythmias, electrocardiography