Heart Defibrillation

Cardiac defibrillation is a nonsynchronized random administration of shock during a cardiac cycle;  previously an alternating current (AC) defibrillation is used to treat ventricular fibrillation in humans. Later direct current (DC0 is used to treat ventricular fibrillation in humans. It consists of delivering a therapeutic dose of electrical energy to the heart with a device called a defibrillator. This depolarizes a critical mass of the heart muscle, terminates the dysrhythmia and allows normal sinus rhythm to be reestablished by the body's natural pacemaker, in the Sino atrial node of the heart.

Related Conferences:

1. International Conference on Cardiovascular Medicine August 01-02, 2106 Manchester, UK

2. International Conference on Hypertension & Treatment  August 11-12, 2016 Toronto, Canada  

3. 9th International Conference on Molecular & Cellular Cardiology August 22-24 Sao Paulo, Brazil

4. 8th International Conference on Clinical and Experimental Cardiology November 14-16 , 2016 San Francisco, USA  

5. International Conference on Angiology December 8-10, 2016 San Antonia, USA  

6. International Conference on Ischemic Heart  Diseases Conference September 21-22, 2016 Chicago, USA  

7. 2th World Cardiology Congress August 01-03, 2016 Manchester, UK  

8. Symposium in Structural Heart Disease Interventions  January 21-22, 2016 Celebration, USA  

9. International Stroke Conference February 17-19, 2016 Los Angeles, USA  Cardiology Issues in Younger Adults September 15-24, 2016 Rome, Italy

10. World Conference in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiac Techniques June 8-11, 2016 Nice, France  

Cardiac Defibrillation is contraction of the heart, and the resulting circulation, is under the control of the electrical conduction system of the heart. The sinoatrial node, (SAN) located within the wall of the right atrium; It generates electrical impulses that are carried by special conducting tissue to the atrioventricular node (AVN). Depolarization (heart muscle contraction caused by electrical stimulation) occurs nearly simultaneously in the right and left ventricles 1-2 tenths of a second after atrial depolarization. The entire sequence of depolarization, from beginning to end (for one heart beat), takes 2-3 tenths of a second. This depolarizes a critical mass of the heart muscle, terminates the dysrhythmia and allows normal sinus rhythm to be reestablished by the body's natural pacemaker, in the Sino atrial node of the heart.

  • Manual defibrillators
  • Automated defibrillators
  • Implantable cardioverter defibrillator
  • Wearable defibrillators
  • Modelling defibrillation
  • Angiogenesis
  • Angiogenesis

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August 31-September 01, 2017

19th Annual Cardiology Conference
(10 Plenary Forums - 1 Event)

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2nd International Conference on Hypertension & Healthcare

Amsterdam, Netherlands
September 21-22, 2017

International Conference, Workshop & Expo on Heart Surgery & Cardiology

San Antonio, Texas, USA
October 16-18, 2017

20th European Cardiology Conference

Budapest, Hungary
November 02-04, 2017

3rd Global Summit on Heart Diseases

Bangkok, Thailand
December 04-05, 2017

International Heart Conference

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22nd World Cardiology Conference

Rome, Italy
February 19-21, 2018

23rd European Heart Disease and Heart Failure Congress

Paris, France
June 11-13, 2018

24th Annual Cardiologists Conference

Barcelona, Spain

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