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Referring to a ventricle (a small cavity).
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right ventricular apical electrogram
An intracardiac electrogram which is obtained by placing electrodes in the apex of the right ventricle.
It is used in mapping ventricular arrhythmias.
right ventricular electrogram
An intracardiac electrogram that is obtained by placing electrodes in the right ventricle.
It is used to asses ventricular activities and responses to stimuli.
The primary mechanism and arrhythmia seen in sudden cardiac arrest.
Organized electrical activity and synchronized mechanical pumping activity are absent.
The electrocardiogram shows a chaotic, wavy baseline. If ventricular fibrillation is not terminated rapidly with defibrillation, blood flow to the brain is cut off, causing brain damage.
Untreated ventricular fibrillation leads to death.
One of the false vocal cords, or folds, of mucous membrane parallel to or above the true vocal cords.