Commotio cordis electrocardiogram

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Electrocardiogram

Six lead electrocardiogram and intraventricular pressure measurement from an 11 kg swine undergoing a 48 km/h (30 mph) chest wall impact with an object the shape and weight of a standard baseball[1].
Electrocardiogram schematic tracing, showing the period of vulnerability to stretch-induced ventricular fibrillation which occurs in commotio cordis.

References

  1. Madias C., Maron J.M., Alsheikh-Ali A.A., Estes N.A.M., Link M.S. Commotio Cordis, Indian Pacing and Electrophysiology Journal 7 (4): 235-245 (2007) PMID 17957272

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