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EPS

EPS

(1) (Evolved Packet System) See LTE.

(2) (Encapsulated PostScript) A PostScript file format used to transfer a graphic image between applications and platforms. EPS files contain PostScript code as well as an optional preview image in TIFF, WMF, PICT or EPSI, the latter being an ASCII-only format. Adobe Illustrator has its own variation of EPS, which is an EPS subset, thus, both Illustrator EPS and standard EPS files are in use.

From Drawing Program to Page Layout Program
A typical usage of EPS is to save an illustration created in a drawing program as an EPS file and to import it into a page layout program such as InDesign or QuarkXPress. The layout artist would place and resize the image, which would either be the embedded preview or rendered directly from the PostScript code. The EPS images would be saved in the page layout program. See PostScript.
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The American College of Cardiology/ American Heart Association guidelines for permanent pacing in chronic bifascicular block classify an incidental finding at electrophysiological study of a markedly prolonged HV interval ([greater than or equal to] 100 msec) in asymptomatic patients as a class IIa indication for permanent pacing (9).
A control group of 16 patients, who underwent electrophysiological study without ablation, was also included and analyzed consecutively and prospectively.
The MED System takes its name from the Multi-Electrode Dish (MED), a probe specially designed for electrophysiological study, one of the system's key features.
Adequate analysis of characteristics of ECG helps to determine the origin of mitral annulus sourced PVC/VT and may shorten the duration of the electrophysiological study.
The electrophysiological study revealed normal atrial and ventricular effective refractory periods (230 ms and 170 ms respectively) without any inducible fibrillations.
An electrophysiological study demonstrated normal conduction system with induction sustains ventricular tachycardia that result in deterioration of the hemodynamics of the patient.