Bidomain Predictions of Virtual Electrode-Induced Make and Break Excitations around Blood Vessels Article - Mars 2017

Adam Connolly, Edward Vigmond, Martin Bishop

Adam Connolly, Edward Vigmond, Martin Bishop, « Bidomain Predictions of Virtual Electrode-Induced Make and Break Excitations around Blood Vessels  », Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, mars 2017, p. 18. ISSN 2296-4185

Abstract

Virtual electrodes formed by field stimulation during defibrillation of cardiac tissue play an important role in eliciting activations. It has been suggested that the coronary vasculature is an important source of virtual electrodes, especially during low-energy defibrillation. This work aims to further the understanding of how virtual electrodes from the coronary vasculature influence defibrillation outcomes.

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