Analysis of 12-lead T-wave morphology for risk stratification after myocardial infarction. Zabel, M., Acar, B., Klingenheben, T., Franz, M., Hohnloser, S., & Malik, M. *j-C*, 102:1252--1207, September, 2000. bibtex @Article{RSM:Zab2000,
author = "M. Zabel and B. Acar and T. Klingenheben and M.R.
Franz and S.H. Hohnloser and M. Malik",
title = "Analysis of 12-lead {T}-wave morphology for risk
stratification after myocardial infarction",
journal = j-C,
year = "2000",
month = sep,
volume = "102",
pages = "1252--1207",
robnote = "BACKGROUND: The aim of the present study was to assess
the prognostic value of novel T-wave morphology
descriptors derived from resting 12-lead ECGs. METHODS
AND RESULTS: In 280 consecutive post-MI patients, a
12-lead ECG was recorded before discharge, optically
scanned, and digitized. For the present study, 5 T-wave
morphology descriptors were automatically calculated
after singular value decomposition of the ECG signal.
The total cosine R-to-T (TCRT [describes the global
angle between repolarization and depolarization
wavefront]) and the T-wave loop dispersion were
univariately associated (P:=0.0002 and P:<0.002,
respectively, U: test) with 27 prospectively defined
clinical events in 261 patients (mean follow-up 32+/-10
months). Kaplan-Meier event probability curves for
strata above and below the median confirmed the strong
risk discrimination by TCRT and T-wave loop dispersion
(P:<0.003 and P:<0.001, respectively, log-rank test).
On Cox regression analysis, with the entering of age,
left ventricular ejection fraction, heart rate, QRS
width, reperfusion therapy, beta-adrenergic-blocker
treatment, and standard deviation of R-R intervals on
24-hour Holter monitoring, TCRT (P:<0.03) yielded
independent predictive value, whereas T-wave loop
dispersion was of borderline independence (P:=0.064).
Heart rate (P:<0.02), left ventricular ejection
fraction (P:<0.02), and reperfusion therapy (P:<0.02)
also remained in the final model. CONCLUSIONS:
Computerized T-wave morphology analysis of the 12-lead
resting ECG permits independent assessment of post-MI
risk and an improved risk stratification when combined
with other risk markers.",
bibdate = "Tue May 1 16:27:20 2001",
}

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