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000130857 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.jelectrocard.2006.04.006
000130857 037__ $$aARTICLE
000130857 245__ $$aAdaptation of the standard 12-lead electrocardiogram system dedicated to the analysis of atrial fibrillation
000130857 269__ $$a2007
000130857 260__ $$c2007
000130857 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000130857 520__ $$aObjective: The objective of the study was to design a lead system aimed at studying atrial fibrillation (AF), while being anchored to the standard 12-lead system. Methods: The location of 4 of the 6 precordial electrodes was optimized while leaving the remaining 5 of the 9 electrodes of the standard 12-lead system in place. The analysis was based on episodes of 11 different variants of AF simulated by a biophysical model of the atria positioned inside an inhomogeneous thorax. The optimization criterion used was derived from the singular value decomposition of the data matrices. Results: While maintaining VR, VL, VF, V1 and V4, the 4 new electrode positions increased the ratio of the eighth and the first singular values of the data matrices of the new configuration about 5-fold compared with that of the conventional electrode positions. Conclusion: The adapted lead system produces a more complete view on AF compared with that of the standard 12-lead system.
000130857 6531_ $$aAtrial fibrillation
000130857 6531_ $$aLead systems
000130857 6531_ $$aBody surface potentials
000130857 6531_ $$aInformation content
000130857 6531_ $$aLTS1
000130857 700__ $$0241062$$g140567$$aIhara, Zenichi
000130857 700__ $$0241063$$g164202$$avan Oosterom, Adriaan
000130857 700__ $$aJacquemet, Vincent$$0241299$$g101992
000130857 700__ $$aHoekema, Rudi
000130857 773__ $$j40$$tJournal of Electrocardiology$$k1$$q68.e1-68.e8
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