Significance of perfusion defects on dipyridamole thallium cardiac SPECT in patients with left bundle branch
We excluded patients with complete bundle branch
block, intra-ventricular conduction delay, and patients with permanent pacemakers in our study.
Intermediate pretest probability patients with left bundle branch
block require myocardial perfusion imaging
Electrophysiological study: induction of another type of VT morphology (monomorphic VT with aspect of right bundle branch
block, 200 bpm, superior axe--possible localization in the postero-lateral wall of the left ventricle)
Pinski, "Acute Myocardial Infarction and Complete Bundle Branch
Block A Hospital Admission Clinical Characteristics and Outcome in the Thrombolytic Era." (16) The incidence of hypotension in AV blocks is 38.8%, whereas hypotension in AV block seen in 38.8% cases and intraventricular block is 92%.
Left bundle branch
block as a risk factor for progression to heart failure.
ST segment criteria for the diagnosis of acute ischemia are affected by the presence of the left bundle branch
block, because of the presented secondary ST changes that occur in this pattern.
Conclusion: The incidence of Intraventricular dyssynchrony is high among patients with heart failure and left bundle branch
The ECG was assessed for heart rate (HR), rhythm, S wave in lead I,SIQIIITIII pattern, Q wave /T wave inversion in lead III, incomplete or complete right bundle branch
block (RBBB), ST-segment elevations/depressions, and T-wave inversions (TWI).
In patients with acute myocardial infarction, prevalence of right and left bundle branch
block are similar.
Right bundle branch
block, persistent ST segment elevation and sudden cardiac death: a distinct clinical and electrocardiographic syndrome.
I degree AV block indicates by prolonged PR interval, with all P waves having an associated QRS complex, II degree AV block denotes by some P waves being blocked, while others are conducted and right bundle branch
block indicates by deep S wave.