bundle branch


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bundle branch

[′bənd·əl ‚branch]
(anatomy)
Either of the components of the atrioventricular bundle passing to the right and left ventricles of the heart.
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for minnesota codes, please refer to manuscript bundle branch block; WBC: White blood cells.
Suspected myocardial infarction and left bundle branch block: Electrocardiographic indicators of acute ischemia.
Patients with a preoperative history of AF, moderate or significant organic valvular heart disease, left or right incomplete or complete bundle branch block, antiarrhythmic use, duration of QRS [greater than or equal to] 120 msn and patients with permanent pacemakers were excluded from the study.
Arrhythmias * Nonsustained or sustained VT of left bundle branch morphology with superior axis (negative or indeterminate QRS in leads II, III, and aVF and positive in lead aVL) VI.
One study will evaluate complications and long-term mortality benefits of CRT-D in patients with left bundle branch block identified through the National Cardiovascular Data Registry.
8) On electrophysiologic study, there is frequently prolongation of the H-V interval, which supports an abnormality of the conduction system, probably the right bundle branch (Fig.
But since a significant percentage of these patients also have bundle branch block, now we also have an electrical therapy.
A 49-year-old hypertensive woman with cardiac failure, due to a nonischemic cardiomyopathy with a left ventricular ejection fraction of 35%, had normal sinus rhythm and left bundle branch block with a QRS duration of 148 milliseconds on her electrocardiogram.
The study, entitled "Vectorcardiographic and Electrocardiographic Criteria to Distinguish New and Old Left Bundle Branch Block," was led by Alexei Shvilkin, MD, PhD, Peter Zimetbaum, MD, Kalon Ho, MD, and Mark Josephson, MD, from the Cardiology Division at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Clinical Research Institute, Boston, in collaboration with Ihor Gussak MD, PhD, Bosko Bojovic PhD, and Branislav Vajdic, PhD, from NewCardio.
The cardiologist presented a prospective study of 60 patients, with severe heart failure and left bundle branch block, who underwent CRT.