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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : VEP / virtual electrode polarization

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2014 Effects of premature anodal stimulations on cardiac transmembrane potential and intracellular calcium distributions computed by anisotropic Bidomain models. Cai
2008 Quantitative panoramic imaging of epicardial electrical activity. ---
2006 Interdependence of virtual electrode polarization and conduction velocity during premature stimulation. AR, CIs
2005 Mechanisms of superiority of ascending ramp waveforms: new insights into mechanisms of shock-induced vulnerability and defibrillation. AR, DR
2004 Postshock arrhythmogenesis in a slice of the canine heart. PSs
2004 Spiral wave control by a localized stimulus: a bidomain model study. CB, SW
2004 Upper limit of vulnerability in a defibrillation model of the rabbit ventricles. ---
2004 Virtual electrode theory explains pacing threshold increase caused by cardiac tissue damage. ---
2003 Nonlinear effects in subthreshold virtual electrode polarization. ---
10  2003 Termination of reentry by a long-lasting AC shock in a slice of canine heart: a computational study. AC, DFTs
11  2002 Phase singularities and termination of spiral wave reentry. ---
12  2001 Entrainment by an extracellular AC stimulus in a computational model of cardiac tissue. ---
13  2001 Success and failure of biphasic shocks: results of bidomain simulations. ---
14  2001 Termination of spiral waves with biphasic shocks: role of virtual electrode polarization. ---
15  2001 The mechanisms of the vulnerable window: the role of virtual electrodes and shock polarity. ---
16  2001 Virtual electrode polarization leads to reentry in the far field. CIs
17  1999 Virtual electrode-induced reexcitation: A mechanism of defibrillation. max