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The time-varying electropotential field (red: positive; blue: negative potentials), which is displayed on an anatomically accurate torso surface (left: anterior view; right: posterior view; top: neck; bottom: abdomen) during QRS of a single normal beat.


Ventricular epicardial pacing.

Regional ventricular ischaemia.

Selected publications:

Nash, M.P., Bradley, C.P., Kardos, A., Pullan, A.J. & Paterson, D.J. (2002). An experimental model to correlate simultaneous body surface and epicardial electropotential recordings in-vivoChaos, Solitons and Fractals 13(8): 1735-1742. [Abstract] [Full Text] [PDF Reprint 918KB]

Nash M.P., Bradley, C.P., Cheng, L.K., Pullan, A.J. & Paterson, D.J. (2000). An in-vivo experimental-computational framework for validating ECG inverse methods. Intl. J Bioelectromagnetism 2(2). [Full text] [PDF Reprint 290KB]

There are also some posters and conference abstracts outlining this on-going research.


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