Bedside to Bench
Arrhythmia Grand Rounds, April 2015, Volume 1, Issue 1: 36-37
Basic Foundations of Clinical Electrophysiology
Department of Pharmacology, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, New York, USA
This section will be a continuing feature of the journal. As the title indicates, it will be composed of a series of articles designed to describe and teach basic electrophysiological concepts underlying clinical electrophysiology. In each issue, the column will elucidate the underlying electrophysiology and how it is translated into the electrophysiological characteristics of one of the case reports in a “user friendly” format. For example, mechanisms of arrhythmias and reasons for response to interventions, mechanisms for conduction abnormalities, mechanisms of effects of drugs, effects of electrical stimulation, and other interventions will be explored as they relate to the clinical case.
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