Method for preventing atrial fibrillation in patients with sinus nodal weakness syndrome and paroxysms of atrial fibrillation
FIELD: medicine, cardiology.
SUBSTANCE: one should carry out endocardial electrophysiological trial, moreover, one should implant a bipolar stimulating electrode into posterior-septal part of right atrium to register local electrogram of both right and left atria and detect the terms for stimulation onset in each atrium. Implantation site of stimulating electrode should be determined as the follows: the difference between the time for conducting stimulation in every atrium should not exceed 10 msec.
EFFECT: the innovation enables to decrease the number of repeated operations in patients with atrial stimulation.
The invention relates to cardiology, in particular to methods for treating arrhythmias.
Atrial fibrillation (AF) remains the most common tachyarrhythmia. Often the OP is combined with various manifestations of the syndrome sick sinus. The most effective way to prevent this pathology is the implantation of a permanent pacemaker (PEKS).
The known method of prevention of AF - butreally stimulation fibrillation . It is that for stimulation of the Atria implanted two electrodes. One electrode is placed in the appendage of the right atrium for pacing the right atrium, and the second in the coronary sinus to stimulate the left atrium. Two electrodes are necessary to reduce the time of excitation of the Atria. Then to the electrodes connected dual-chamber pacemaker (EX), is designed to work with two electrodes. Cheaper EX is single-chamber stimulator, designed to work with one electrode. The electrodes are connected to it through a special Y-shaped adapter. This leads to increased load on the EX and shorten its service life. In order biatrial stimulation is the prevention of AF in the background atrial ritmologiya . This method has some drawbacks: for the implementation of this method is key requires the introduction of two electrodes, what increases the risk of complications associated with the displacement of at least one electrode, and increases the cost of operation. For stimulation of the left atrium necessary catheterization of the coronary sinus, which increases the duration of the surgery and, in addition, is more technically complex procedure, which requires more time fluoroscopy . For implantation in the coronary sinus are expensive electrodes special configuration. Thus, the use of two electrodes, one of which is special, implantation of a specialized or triple EX significantly increases the cost of treatment. It is impossible not to be aware of the fact that the load on the battery of the FORMER in the form of two electrodes reduces the life of the FORMER and as a result requires more frequent replacement of the FORMER.
According to some authors there is a high threshold stimulation at the electrode installed in the coronary sinus (more than 3-4) , which leads to the need to install high amplitude stimulus and premature battery depletion EX. For this reason, disturbance sensitivity with atrial electrode that is installed in the coronary sinus . Known high frequency displacement (dislocation) of the electrode installed in the coronary sinus (over 9%), resulting in the need for re-operation is th  and excessive trauma. Shows the lack of effectiveness of this method in relation to the OP. Postoperative prophylactic efficacy without treatment, 14.9% and 24.3% of patients with antiarrhythmic therapy, not efficiency obtained in 27% of patients. According to Levi efficiency in terms of duration and number of episodes of atrial fibrillation in biatrial stimulation does not differ when compared with standard stimulation vermelerinin departments right atrium .
Known method bifocal stimulation of the right ventricle [8, 9], which consists in the implantation of two electrodes in the various departments of the right atrium: in the eye of the right atrium and in the lower parts of the right atrium. In this way seek to reduce the time of excitation of the right ventricle during simultaneous stimulation of two areas of the right ventricle. The disadvantage of this method is technically difficult the introduction of two electrodes in the right atrium, which lengthens the time of surgery increases the risk of dislocation endocardial electrodes also require the use of expensive triple EX and specific adapter for the connection of the electrode and stimulator . Frequency offset endocardial electrodes in this way exceeds 3% . Received convincing evidence for prophylactic efficacy trims the ablation of the right atrium when compared with isolated stimulation of the ear of the right ventricle .
There is a method of stimulation of the Atria, chosen as a prototype by implantation endocardial electrode in the area of the mouth of the coronary sinus . This method allows you to improve synchronization of excitation of the Atria, does not require the use of two electrodes, a double-door EX and specific adapters, i.e. free from the drawbacks inherent multifocal methods of stimulation. However, there is a high percentage offset endocardial electrode of this position (12%) and high-threshold stimulation of the Atria (more than 3). High threshold of stimulation required to increase the amplitude of the stimulating pulse (featured amplitude of the stimulus is equal to twice the value of the threshold stimulation) and leads to premature battery depletion EX. Thus, the total number of complications is more than 15% . The elimination of the bias electrode and the replacement power of the FORMER is only possible when re-operation of the patient.
The present invention is to reduce the number of reoperations in patients with atrial stimulation. This is achieved by endocardial electrode for constant stimulation implanted in the posterior-septal region of the right atrium. The optimal location of the tip of the stimulating electrode in this area is such a place, the stimulation is vtorogo right and left atrium are reduced as synchronous. To select the optimum location of the implant during the operation, conduct a trial stimulation and register local electrogram the left and right Atria, reflecting the excitation process. Electrogram register diagnostic electrodes are introduced through the puncture of main veins during surgery. For each atrial determine the timing and compare them with each other. Optimal site of stimulation is the place of stimulation, when the time difference does not exceed a certain value (10 MS).
The positive effects of implementation of the invention is to reduce the number of re-operations, simplifying and reducing the time of the operation (including time fluoroscopy). This in turn leads to a reduction in treatment costs and improve its efficiency, reduce the harmful effects of radiation on the medical staff.
The proposed method involves the implantation of only one endocardial electrode complete with conventional single chamber EX. Reliable fixation of the electrode caused by the use of electrodes with an active fixation, which allows to obtain a stable minimum thresholds of excitation of the Atria, to minimize the possibility of dislocation endocardial electrode. Optimally selected site of implantation of the electrode in the ass the e-septal part of the right atrium allows to synchronize the excitation of the right and left Atria, eliminating local disturbance and prevents the development of AF.
The present invention is as follows. Under local infiltrative anesthesia is performed incision about 4-6 cm in the infraclavicular region. Allocated brachiocephalic vein or is used to puncture the Seldinger right subclavian vein. Injected into the veins standard endocardial electrode with an active fixation for constant stimulation. For selection of the maximum synchronization fibrillation uses two temporary diagnostic electrode, entered puncture and aspiration and located in the upper lateral sections of the right atrium and the coronary sinus. Spend endocardial electrophysiological study (EPS), which includes programmed stimulation of the Atria. Stimulation is carried out at a basic frequency, cycle time which was shorter cycle lengths sinus rhythm at 100 MS. Stimulation is carried out in the upper-lateral areas of the right ventricle. Estimated time of interatrial conduction in sinus rhythm and during stimulation of the right ventricle. The activation of the left atrium is determined by the activation of the distal coronary sinus. After confirmation of the violation of interatrial conduction electrode for constant stimulation of the Atria RA is placed in a posterior-septal region of the right atrium. The place of fixation of the electrode in the posterior-septal Department is selected such point for implantation, the stimulation of which the maximum sync excitation of the right and left Atria. The difference between the time of excitation of the right and left Atria should not exceed 10 MS. The location of the electrode in zadnelateralnoy region is also confirmed by the negative form-stimulated P-waves in II and III standard ECG leads. Then the electrode is fixed in the selected position under the control of the measuring acute stimulation thresholds and the value of the local electrogram. After implantation of the electrode for constant stimulation of the interatrial septum (CMP) diagnostic electrodes are removed. After implantation, the electrode is fixed by three ligatures to Vienna and surrounding tissues. The electrode is connected single-chamber pacemaker. The pacemaker is placed subfascial over the right pectoral muscles, after which the bed of the FORMER sutured. Further executes control of hemostasis and layer-by-layer suture wounds and applying bandages.
Several examples of the application of the proposed method in practice.
Example 1. Sick Hours, 75 years old, diagnosis: ischemic heart disease, atherosclerotic cardiosclerosis, hypertension stage 2, a weakness syndrome sinus node, C is katrianna blockade Brady's the form, paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, paroxysmal atrial tachycardia, atrial extrasystole. Complaints of dizziness, weakness, swelling of the lower extremities attacks of palpitation with the frequency of 3 times per month. The diagnosis of the syndrome sick sinus confirmed by transesophageal EPE ECG daily monitoring of ECG, which documented episodes of AF with HR 122 minutes ECG signs of violations vnutriepreserdna conduct in the form of increased duration of P-wave to 120 MS. Suffers from the disease within 10 years, medical therapy is ineffective. 16.04.2001 operation: constant EX fibrillation with implantation of the electrode in the interatrial septum. During the operation, according to endocardial electrophysiological studies revealed a local slowdown in the posterior-septal region of the right atrium. Time from the upper lateral sections of the right atrium to the distal coronary sinus was 150 MS. Method of registering local electrogram received a full synchronization of the excitation of the right and left Atria (the duration of the excitation from the site of implantation of the electrode in the interatrial septum to the right and left Atria was 83 MS). Thus, the achieved reduction in the time of excitation of the Atria and their poppy is emalina synchronization. Bipolar electrode YP 60-BP about company "BIOTRONIK" implanted in the selected location. Sharp threshold stimulation at the selected location was 0.8, and the value of electrogram in the same place - 2 mV. To the electrode chamber connected EX-300. Temporary electrodes removed. The wound is sutured. Healing by primary intention. On day 7, the patient was discharged from hospital. In the postoperative period the patient was observed for 2.5 years, during this time there has been a steady atrial stimulation in the AAI mode. Dislocation of the electrode was not. When the control programming via 2, the threshold of stimulation of 1.02 Century, signs of circulatory failure no. During the follow-up period of paroxysmal AF was not observed. The number of atrial extrasystoles registered before the operation was 3351 per day. After pacemaker implantation, the number of extrasystoles sharply decreased and amounted to $ 177 per day. Readmissions were not required.
Example 2. Patient P., 52 years old, diagnosis: myocarditis cardiosclerosis, weakness syndrome sinus node, sinoatrial blockade, Brady's the form of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation. Complaints of frequent palpitations with a frequency of 2-3 times per week. The diagnosis of the syndrome sick sinus confirmed by transesophageal electrophysiological study, daily monitoring of ECG, which for exerowa episodes of AF with HR 130 minutes ECG signs of violations vnutriepreserdna conduct in the form of increased duration of P-wave to 120 MS. Suffering from disease for 9 years, drug therapy allapinina, dizopiramida, sotalol, cordarone, rytmonorm ineffective. 28.09.1999 operation: constant EX fibrillation with implantation of the electrode in the interatrial septum. During the operation, according to endocardial electrophysiological studies revealed slowing of atrial conduction. Time from the upper lateral sections of the right atrium to the distal coronary sinus was 133 MS. Method of registering local electrogram confirmed by synchronizing the excitation of the right and left Atria (the duration of the excitation from the site of implantation of the electrode in the interatrial septum to the right and left Atria was 66 MS). Achieved by reducing the time of excitation of the Atria and the maximum synchronization. The duration of the R-wave on the background stimulation of the interatrial septum was reduced to 80 MS, and the interval PQ (StQ) was reduced from 160 to 120 MS. Bipolar electrode T Tendril DX firm "SJM" implanted in the selected place by twisting in a clockwise direction. Sharp threshold stimulation at the selected location was 1.3, and the magnitude of electrogram in the same place - 2 m is. To the electrode chamber connected customadapter the pacemaker Regency SR+. Temporary electrodes removed. The wound is sutured. Healing by primary intention. On day 7, the patient was discharged from hospital. In the postoperative period the patient was observed in 4.5 years, during this time there has been a steady atrial stimulation mode AAIR. Dislocation of the electrode was not. When the control programming through 4, the threshold of stimulation of 0.9 Century, signs of circulatory failure no. During the follow-up period of paroxysmal AF in patients receiving cordarone have been observed. Readmissions were not required.
The method is tested on 30 patients of both sexes. They observed for more than 3 years (average 2 years). 2 of them were aimed at re-operation. This was due to the fact that these patients were implanted electrodes outdated designs. Their fix was poorly adapted for fixation in the interatrial septum. To evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed method this time is sufficient, because according to the literature offset the stimulating electrode was observed within 7 days after surgery .
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A method of preventing atrial fibrillation in patients with the syndrome sick sinus and paroxysmal atrial fibrillation by endocardial electrophysiological studies and placement of the stimulating electrode in the posterior-septal part of the right ventricle, wherein the implanted bipolar stimulating electrode, register local electrogram the left and right Atria and calculate the time of the proceedings in each auricle, and the site of implantation of the stimulating electrode is determined so that the difference between the time of the proceedings in each auricle does not exceed 10 MS.
FIELD: medicine; medical engineering.
SUBSTANCE: method involves producing pulses of given frequency, modulating the pulse durations, amplifying the pulses and sending them via electrodes to biological object skin surface. Subelectrode skin area impedance capacitive component rate is determined during stimulation. Impedance rate value being close to zero, stimulation time interval is to be hold within 3-5 min and the stimulation is stopped next to it. Device has oscillator connected to pulse duration modulator, stimulus power setter connected to the second modulator input, pulse power amplifier connected to pulse duration modulator output, indication unit connected to the first output of power amplifier and electrodes connected to the second pulse power amplifier output and differentiation unit input. The device also has pulse duration shaper, memory unit, timer and adder. Differentiation unit output is connected to pulse duration shaper input. Shaper output is connected to memory unit input with one of adder inputs. Memory unit output is connected to the other adder input. The adder output is connected to timer. Timer output is connected to indication unit.
EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness and objectiveness in determining procedure duration and dose.
SUBSTANCE: method involves applying muscle electrostimulation in various periodic locomotions concurrently using two transducer types, performing locomotor-oriented stimulation with no motion. Goniometric transducers are set in the vicinity of large articulations. Podometric transducers are set under heel and forefoot and for treating fingers. Any of at least eight concurrently used transducers could be used as synchronizing one allowing proper synchronization moment to be determined. Data taken from all transducers are recorded and analyzed in course of stimulation using special purpose software to produce diagnostic information. To specify rhythm of any movement type, acoustic signal source is used.
EFFECT: high accuracy of muscle electrostimulation and movement correction in various periodic locomotions; enhanced effectiveness of locomotor-oriented stimulation of immovable patients.
13 cl, 1 dwg
SUBSTANCE: method involves applying stage-by-stage trunk lower extremity muscles electrostimulation with rectangular pulses sequentially in three zones. The first zone is composed of symmetric sacrospinal and gluteal muscles. Healthy extremity muscles belong to the second zone. Diseased extremity muscles belong to the third zone. The treatment is alternated with tibial and fibular nerve electrostimulation. Quadriceps and biceps muscle of thigh, anterior tibial muscle and triceps muscle of calf are the lower extremity muscles under stimulation.
EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness of multi-channel electroneurostimulation.
5 cl, 2 dwg, 2 tbl
SUBSTANCE: method involves acting with bipolar pulsating current of 30-100 mcA having frequency of 0.5-10 Hz upon electrode position during 10 h. The treatment course is 4-10 days long. The electrodes are arranged in known manner. The first electrode position is anterior chest wall in heart projection zone to interscapular space on the back; the second one is from front to back of the head zone; the third one takes space from right anteroinferior part of chest in liver projection to dorsal liver projection zone.
EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness of treatment.
SUBSTANCE: method involves applying artificial victim lung ventilation in the cases of acute hypoxia or its threatening development by means of high frequency or low frequency electrostimulation of skeletal muscle participating in respiratory activity. Sinusoidal oscillations in five radio frequency bandwidth zones from 10 kHz to 30 kHz with a step of 5 kHz are fed to pairs of active and passive electrodes symmetrically arranged and fixed in advance along superior region of trapezoid muscles 5-7 cm far from the vertebral column on its right and left side. The stimulating pulses have bipolar signal form with zero constant component in low frequency mode and signal frequency is smoothly modulated in pulse series increasing it from 20 Hz to 200 Hz to maximum amplitude with following fall to 20 Hz.
EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness of treatment.
FIELD: biomedical engineering, in particular, electrostimulating devices for treatment of organs and tissues, in particular, self-contained electrostimulator of gastroenteric tract.
SUBSTANCE: the electrostimulator of the gastroenteric tract has a casing formed by two insulated from each other electrodes and a dielectric housing. A generator of stimulating pulses and a power source are installed in the casing. The generator of stimulating pulses is connected to the input of the information unit of voltage restriction and to the impedance measurement unit. The output of the impedance measurement unit via an amplifier is connected to the input by step unit of voltage restriction. The output of the voltage restriction unit is connected to the electrodes. The electrodes at the same time serve as measurement electrodes of the impedance measurement unit. The second output of the generator of stimulating pulses is connected to the drop input of the voltage restriction unit.
EFFECT: enhanced efficiency of electropulse action and enhanced service life.
FIELD: medicine, in particular, electrostimulating devices for treatment of organs and tissues.
SUBSTANCE: the electrostimulator of the gastroenteric tract has a casing formed by two insulated from each other electrodes and a dielectric housing. A generator of stimulating pulses connected to the electrodes, power source and an LC oscillator of high-frequency oscillations, controlled by the generator of stimulating pulses, are installed in the casing. The inductance coil of the LC oscillator is positioned outside the zone of screening by the electrodes. The inductance coil is made either on a cylindrical frame located inside the casing, or on the outer surface of the dielectric housing between the electrodes and is coated by a bioinert, radio-transparent, sealing material.
EFFECT: probability to monitor the service ability of the electrostimulator when it is in the gastroenteric tract.
3 cl, 4 dwg
FIELD: medical engineering.
SUBSTANCE: device has DC power supply source, unit for shaping trigger pulses, electrode unit, bisectional highly regenerative inductance coil, N electronic controlled keys for switching-in active electrode mode, N electrodes of electrode unit, key amplifier, N electronic controlled keys for switching-in electrode unit electrodes into passive electrode mode and unit for setting electrode function. The electrode unit has socket for connecting electric neuroadaptive stimulator, current-conducting conductors, electrodes, flexible base plate having contact sockets connecting electrodes. Each plug-and-socket contact for making connection to neuroadaptive stimulator is attached to mating contactor socket with a current-conducting conductor. The electrodes and connector sockets for receiving them are mounted on the flexible base plate underside. The device has removable electrodes of various patterns for acting upon various innervation zones like lumbosacral, bronchopulmonary zones, pancreas projection zone, gallbladder projection zone. Every electrode is functionally applied as active and passive electrode.
EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness in treating expanding innervation zones; enabled prognosis of required treatments number.
18 cl, 15 dwg
FIELD: medicine, pediatrics, juvenile neuropathology.
SUBSTANCE: one should affect with neurosimilar impulse currents due to altering the disposition of electrodes daily: the first day - for the area of projection of atlanto-occipital symphysis and paravertebrally at the level of 5-6 thoracic vertebra (Th 5-6) from both sides, the second day - for the area of brachioscapular symphysis and paravertebrally at the level of 5-6 thoracic vertebra (C5-6) from both sides. The innovation provides the impact upon pathogenetic disease mechanisms.
EFFECT: higher efficiency.
3 dwg, 3 ex, 3 tbl
FIELD: medicine, gynecology.
SUBSTANCE: iodine-bromine baths should be indicated along with interference currents at abdominal-sacral application of electrodes daily at frequency ranged 0-100 Hz twice daily per 20 min both 1 h before and 1 h after the bath mentioned for 10 d.
EFFECT: higher efficiency of therapy.
SUBSTANCE: method involves using relative characteristics of mechanical force. It comprises two stages of provoking action and recording mechanical force. Patient applies pressure to examiner hand and the examiner resists with submaximum force at the first stage. The examiner applies supramaximum force to patient extremity at the second stage. Recording is carried out with mechanical force transducer. The data are saved in computer and relative parameters of SD/M and dMax/M are calculated and their values are compared to threshold values for given parameters. Conclusions on muscle weakness are drawn using offered criteria, that is, a muscle is considered to be weak if general test time is less than 3 s or dMax/M is lower than its threshold value or SD/M is greater than its threshold value.
EFFECT: high reliability of obtained data.
2 cl, 3 dwg, 1 tbl
SUBSTANCE: method involves carrying out acoustic monoaural stimulation with frequency of 8-12 Hz and recording cerebral auditory evoked stem potentials. Changes are detected when comparing to reference value in norm. No significant changes in cerebral auditory evoked stem potentials being found, additional stimulation is carried out with frequency of 30-100 Hz. Auditory evoked stem potentials are recorded. Significant changes being found when compared to norm, functional brainstem disorders are diagnosed.
EFFECT: high accuracy of early stage diagnosis.
SUBSTANCE: device for registering biological potentials of fetus' heart has abdominal electrodes, buffer cascades, differential amplifiers, registrar. Maternal electrocardiogram R-tooth time selector is introduced into the device as well as controller, voltage divider with controlled division factor. Biological potentials of fetus' heart can be compensated due to compensation of biological potentials of mother's heart.
EFFECT: improved noise immunity; improved truth of operation.
2 dwg, 1 ex
FIELD: medicine: reflex diagnostics.
SUBSTANCE: acupuncture points are subject to influence of electric current from diagnostic electro-acupuncture apparatus. 12 symmetrical acupuncture points are subject to influence - one acupuncture point for any channel. Points G1 2, TR 2, IG 2,C8, MC 8, P 10, F 2, E 44, VB43, RP 2, R 2, V 66 are subject to influence by means of local bipolar removable electro-puncture electrode. Electrode has plastic case, contact group made coaxial, and dielectric disposed between them. Central contact of polarity (-) is made in form of rod with diameter of 0,7 mm inside radial contact of polarity (+). Internal radius of positive contact equals to 2 mm and external radius equals to 2, 2 mm. Time of measurement equals 1-3 second in each point. If value of current is less than 60mcA, then hypofunction is testified. If current is higher than 100 mcA then hyperfunction is testified.
EFFECT: improved precision of diagnostics.
9 ex, 4 dwg
FIELD: medicine; cardiology.
SUBSTANCE: device can be used in clinical and experimental tests for registration; analysis and transmission of electrocardiographic signal. Parameters of electrocardiographic signal are determined at any point of patient's body due to finding projection of vector of electrocardiographic signal of heart at any preset direction. Device has amplifier, analog-to-digital converter with multiplexer, arithmetic unit, increment code analyzer, switch unit, digital modem, increment code number counter, memory and control units, unit for forming projections of vector of electrocardiographic signal of heart and unit for finding value of vector of electrocardiographic signal of heart at preset direction.
EFFECT: widened operational capabilities.
3 cl, 5 dwg
FIELD: medicine; experimental and medicinal physiology.
SUBSTANCE: device can be used for controlling changes in functional condition of central nervous system. Device has receiving electrodes, unit for reading electroencephalograms out, analog-to-digital converter and inductor. Low noise amplifier, narrow band filter linear array which can be program-tuned, sample and store unit, online memory, microcontroller provided with controlled permanent storage, liquid-crystal indicator provided with external control unit are introduced into device additionally. Receiving electrodes are fastened to top part of patient's head. Outputs of electrodes are connected with narrow band filters linear array through electroencephalograph. Output of linear array is connected with input of input unit which has output connected with input of analog-to-digital converter. First bus of analog-to-digital converter is connected with online storage. Recording/reading bus of microcontroller is connected with control input of input unit and its starting bus is connected with address input of online storage. Third control bus is connected with narrow band filters linear array. Second control bus is connected with liquid-crystal indicator. Output bus is connected with inductor. External control (keyboard) of first control bus is connected with microcontroller. Output of online storage is connected with data input of microcontroller through 12-digit second data bus. Efficiency of influence is improved due to getting specific directed influence being based onto general technological transparency of processing of human brain's signals and strictly specific influence based on the condition of better stimulation.
EFFECT: increased efficiency.
3 cl, 1 dwg, 1 tbl
FIELD: medical radio electronics.
SUBSTANCE: device can be used for testing cardio-vascular system of patient. Differential vector-cardiograph has high frequency oscillator, common electrode, unit for reading electrocardiogram and radio cardiogram provided with amplification channels and filtration channels, multiplexer, microprocessor unit with common bus, analog-to-digital converter, keyboard, mouse and indication unit. Device provides higher precision of measurements due to usage of electric component heart activity and truth of diagnostics due to ability of representation of results of testing in form of variety of vector-cardiograms in real time-scale.
EFFECT: improved precision.
SUBSTANCE: method involves recording cardiac biopotentials with vector electrocardiograph, processing and visualizing signal with graphical plane integral cardiac electric vector projections (vector electrocardiograms) being built and analyzed. Shape, QRS-loop value and vector orientation-recording process are determined. Analysis is based on planar vector electrocardiograms in horizontal, frontal and sagittal planes and in spatial 3-D-form. Vector loop direction is studied in X-,Y-,Z-axis projections, values, dynamics and localization are evaluated in resulting integral cardiac electric vector delta-vector space. To do it, QRS-loop is divided into four segments, one of which characterizes excitation in middle part of axial partition surface, the second one is related to excitation in lower ventricular septum one-third with cardiac apex being involved and the third and the fourth one is related to excitation in basal parts of the left and right heart ventricles. Delta-vector existence and its magnitude are determined from changes in loop segment localization when compared to reference values.
EFFECT: improved data quality usable in planning surgical treatment.
FIELD: medicine; cardiology.
SUBSTANCE: method allows registering differential sphygmograms by means of computer and piezoelectric transducer providing high precision. Registration is carried out continuously and doesn't take much labor input. On the base of sphygmograms by using method of finding of "coding" points, two main characteristics of heart beat rate can be found by express analysis. Two main characteristics have to be rhythm and pulse oscillations of arterial pressure induced by periodical throwing of shock volume of blood into aorta. Algorithm of data processing which is developed on purpose, provides automatic placing of "coding" (received on the base of calculation) points onto averaged graph of cardiologic cycle that provides higher precision of determination of amplitude-time parameters at any recognized normal pulsation of selected fragment of pulsogram together with additional visual correction of localization of those points. Fragment of pulsogram with duration of no less than 2 minutes (standard duration equals to 5 minutes) is used for measuring and analyzing time factors which characterize rhythm of heart beating and its variability. After that the calibration factor is calculated to transfer conditional units of computer "digitization" into common units of measurement of blood arterial pressure (in mm of mercury column) and values of pulsation increase in blood arterial pressure in mm of mercury column are determined by integrating cardiologic cycles at selected fragment of pulsogram for corresponding areas. The meanings achieved are used for calculating all the amplitude-time cardiologic hemo-dynamic factors which depend on blood arterial pressure and which characterize systole of myocardium of left ventricle and elastic-resilient properties of walls of arterial channel. Continuous monitoring of changes in amplitude-time factors of pulsogram is provided as well as practically real time scale of getting of all the computational data and quick performance of all the mathematical transformations for making spectral analysis of variability of heart beat rate and selected amplitude-time cardiologic hemo-dynamic factors to determine their total and differential spectral power of oscillations. Results of static and spectral analysis of variability of measured parameters the functional condition and character of vegetative regulation of cardio-vascular system are estimated due to comparison of measured values with average statistical numerical values of the same factors which were specified for cardio-vascular system in relation to age, sex, state of health and signs for groups of people chosen as a test group.
EFFECT: improved precision; widened number of informative factors for estimation of cardio-vascular system.
8 dwg, 2 tbl
SUBSTANCE: method involves carrying out cardiotocographic examination taking into account day rhythmostasis and following data analysis. Diagnostically significant cardiotocographic characteristics like basal rhythm, accelerations, acceleration durations, motor fetus activity and integral fetus state characteristic are determined. Non-conjugated estriol/progesterone coefficient is calculated with day rhythmostasis taken into account. Maternal and fetal blood circulation hemodynamic values synchronization coefficient is determined. Diagnostically significant characteristics values typical for fetus hypoxia are determined. When carrying out cardiotocographic examination, basal rhythm (strokes/min) is equal to 156±2.9 at 12 o'clock and 159±3.7 at 20 o'clock; accelerations (strokes/min) 3.0±0.2 at 12 o'clock and 2.2±0.3 at 20 o'clock; acceleration durations (s) 14.2±0.7 at 12 o'clock and 13.6±1.2 at 20 o'clock; motor fetus activity (during 10 min) 2.0±0.4 at 12 o'clock and 1.7±0.3 at 20 o'clock; integral fetus state characteristic 1.25±0.15 at 12 o'clock and 1.37±0.22 at 20 o'clock. When determining noncojugated estriol/progesterone coefficient: 0.57±0.05 at 8 o'clock and 0.67±0.06 at 20 o'clock. When determining maternal and fetal blood circulation hemodynamic values synchronization coefficient: 2.35±0.19 before 37 pregnancy weeks date and 2.78±0.18 after 37 pregnancy weeks date. The values corresponding to the above referenced ones, functional fetus state change and chronic fetal hypoxia are to be diagnosed.
EFFECT: high accuracy of diagnosis.
SUBSTANCE: method involves carrying out pulsating Doppler echocardiographic examination. Mean pressure is determined in pulmonary artery. Mean pressure in pulmonary artery being less than 13 mm of mercury column, no cardiac rhythm disorders risk is considered to take place. The value being greater than 13 mm of mercury column, complex cardiac rhythm disorder occurrence risk is considered to be the case.
EFFECT: accelerated noninvasive method.