No.8 May 2016

This paper describes a novel approach to the analysis of electrocardiographic data based on the consideration of the repetitive P,…

The paper presents the results of the long-term medical & ecological investigations conducted during the experiment Mars-500. Methodology of conducting…

The article presents the results of space experiment “Pneumocard”. The investigation involved all 25 Russian members of the ISS crew.…

The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of total omission of dietary salt intake on BP.

No.8 May 2016

New theory of arrhythmia

Cardiometric model of adaptational change in blood flow through arteriovenous anastomoses

The present issue of the journal is devoted to the problems of arrhythmias in cardiology. We have the pleasure of bringing to your notice a new theory of arrhythmia. The conventional approaches to the explanation of arrhythmia causes are widely known.

Cardiometry has been created by our R & D team as a new fundamental scientific field based on the discovery of the elevated fluidity regime in blood circulation, supported by a variety of other discoveries interpreting the phase-related performance of the cardiovascular system.

The article aims at describing the theoretical principles of cardiometry as a fundamentally new scientific field which enables the accurate measurement of the cardiovascular system parameters.

For a long time cardiologists have not been able to explain why the problem of cardiac arrhythmia in a heart transplant recipient practically disappears. In fact, this issue has never been raised for discussion. At the same time, my new theory of arrhythmias (NTA) has been discussed at conferences and in mass media for the last 4 years.

The detected phenomena of shunting of blood from large arterial trunks into large venous vessels is considered herein. The Cardiocode device is capable of detailed visual interpreting of a change or a significant reduction of a rheographic wave of the ascending aorta.

Consideration is being given herein to some mechanisms of high heart rate variability (high HRV), which cannot be attributed to sports exercise loading. The mechanism responsible for high HRV is explained as that resulted from the continuous performance (opening and closure) of arteriovenous anastomoses in different organs and systems in a human organism.

Abstract

To better highlight the materials we represent an abstract reprinted from Proceedings of the 16th Congress of Russian Society of Holter Monitoring and Non-invasive Electrophysiology (ROHMINE), Kazan, 2015

Anatomy and physiology of the sinoatrial node: modern concepts

Deciding to discuss the above topic is determined due to a number of reasons. Firstly, the currently used ablation techniques make possible to reach the area of the sinoatrial (SA) node that required an accurate description of the node localization and possible ways of carrying out ablation procedures.

When analyzing the articles submitted to our current issue, we involved into the preparation processing some relevant papers deserving special attention.

The article aims at describing the theoretical principles of cardiometry as a fundamentally new scientific field which enables the accurate measurement of the cardiovascular system parameters.

This paper describes a novel approach to the analysis of electrocardiographic data based on the consideration of the repetitive P, Q, R, S, T sequences as cyclic codes. In Part I we introduce a principle similar to the syndrome decoding using the control numbers, which allows correcting the noise combinations.

Our book in WoS™ Core Collection

We are glad to inform you that the book "Theoretical principles of heart cycle phase analysis" written by researchers from Russian New University has been accepted and indexed in The Book Citation Index in Web of Science™ Core Collection

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