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31 238 241 Kluppack, H.: Pancreatitis and ventricular fibrillation. Z. Gesamte Inn. Med., 1959, 14 , 1009

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M. Olsufka T. Walsh 1999 Amiodarone for resuscitation after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest due to ventricular fibrillation

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Authors: Ebrahim Ezzati, Saeed Mohammadi, Hassanali Karimpour, Javad Amini Saman, Afshin Goodarzi, Amir Jalali, Afshin Almasi, Kamran Vafaei, and Rasool Kawyannejad

years 43 (79.6%) 11 (20.4%) CPR: cardiopulmonary resuscitation; CVA: cerebrovascular accidents; VF/VT: ventricular fibrillation/tachycardia; tachycardia; PEA: pulseless

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Arrhythmiarizikó és cardialis szövődmények áramütéses balesetet követően

Szakirodalmi áttekintés és sürgősségi ellátási protokoll

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Authors: Dávid Pilecky, Enikő Kovács, and Endre Zima

, and lightning. J Emerg Med. 2000; 18: 181–187. 46 Ginwalla M, Battula S, Dunn J, et al. Termination of electrocution-induced ventricular

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presenting with ventricular fibrillation. Tex. Heart Inst. J., 2005, 32 , 85–87. Erdinler I. Adrenal adenoma presenting with ventricular fibrillation Tex

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Sudden cardiac death (SCD) remains the leading cause of death in industrialized world. The majority of SCD is caused by ventricular fibrillation associated with structural and/or ischemic heart disease. Ventricular fibrillation represents the final common pathway for SCD and, thus, is an attractive target for ablation. According to class I recommendation level of evidence A, an implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) should be implanted for such patients [1]. Other than programmed electrical extrastimulus technique, isoproterenol infusion is commonly used in invasive cardiac electrophysiology labs for arrhythmia induction. We hereby report a rare case of transient coronary spasm during isoproterenol infusion for ventricular tachycardia induction testing.disorder is very rare and usually appears in middle aged patients. It is a clinical diagnosis. It could cause a variety of symptoms, especially, acute appendicitis and unidentified lesion in the right iliac fossa. According to the reasons, it could be just a curiosity without any relevancy or the sign of a malignant lesion with bad prognostic factors. The histopathological findings prove the origin.

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References 1 Adam DR, Smith JM, Akselrod S, et al. Fluctuations in T-wave morphology and susceptibility to ventricular fibrillation. J Electrocardiol. 1984; 17: 209

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Authors: Tamás Szili-Török, Csaba Földesi, Berthold Stegeman, Zsolt Török, Éva Sitkei, Tamás Farkas, and László Rudas

vulneranility to ventricular fibrillation during myocardial ischemia and reperfusion. Am. Heart J., 1983, 105 , 958–965. Lown B. Relationship between sympathetic neural activity

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Authors: István Hartyánszky, Ádám Koppányi, Zoltán Szabolcs, Ferenc Horkay, Levente Fazekas, Tivadar Hüttl, Miklós Pólos, László Daróczi, Andrea Kőszegi, Kálmán Benke, Roland Tóth, Péter Kovács, János Imre Barabás, Endre Németh, István Ferenc Édes, and Béla Merkely

al. Surviving refractory out-of-hospital ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrest: critical care and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation management. Resuscitation 2018; 132: 47

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