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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The technique for electrode catheter recording of consistent and stable His bundle activity presently used in the clinical laboratory was initially developed as an investigational tool. In the clinical laboratory, the His bundle electrogram, in conjunction with the surface electrocardiogram--a technique that has been termed His bundle-electrocardiography by Castellano--has provided a more accurate means of localizing the site of conduction abnormality in patients with various forms of heart block. In addition, this technique has been utilized to study various physiological and pharmacological interventions, arrhythmias, and the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.
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