Flattening of the electrocardiographic T-wave is a sign of proarrhythmic risk and a reflection of action potential triangulation
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Drug-induced triangulation of the cardiac action potential is associated with increased risk of arrhythmic events. It has been suggested that triangulation causes a flattening of the electrocardiographic T-wave but the relationship between triangulation, T-wave flattening and onset of arrhythmia has not been studied in detail.
|Title of host publication
|Computing in Cardiology
|Number of pages
|1 Jan 2013
|Published - 1 Jan 2013