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High-resolution electrocardiography (HRECG) is a noninvasive method which allows detection of arrhythmogenic substrates by identification of late potentials defined as high-frequency, low-amplitude delayed electrical signals which are present in the terminal portion of the QRS complex and extend into the ST segment (SANTANGELI et al., 2008).
Analysis of digital filtering in high-resolution electrocardiography: new method of SAECG analysis for patients identification with bundle branch block and sustained ventricular tachycardia after myocardial infarction.
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