Mesure de J+x 60 ms

English translation: J point plus 60 ms measurement (x axis)

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French term or phrase:Mesure de J+x 60 ms
English translation:J point plus 60 ms measurement (x axis)
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19:52 Jun 23, 2018
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Medical - Medical: Cardiology / Exercise stress test
French term or phrase: Mesure de J+x 60 ms
Hi,

I have this on one of my ECG 12-lead reports.
I know that J stands for J-point but what does "J+x" stand for?
Thanks

Joanna
joanna menda
Canada
Local time: 05:48
J point plus 60 ms measurement (x axis)
Explanation:
As for "x", I think it simply corresponds to the horizontal x axis ; time.

Additional information which may be relevant: "the diagnosis of myocardial ischemia by stress echocardiography should be delimited by time/space coordinates which represent: the circumferential (horizontal) extent of ischemia (x axis); the transmural (vertical) depth of ischemia (y axis); the ischemia-free stress time (i.e., the time from the start of the stress to the appearance of ischemia) (z axis)".

Grading of Ischemic Response in Stress Echocardiography. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/300835449_Grading_o... [accessed Jun 24 2018].
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J point plus 60 ms measurement (x axis)


Explanation:
As for "x", I think it simply corresponds to the horizontal x axis ; time.

Additional information which may be relevant: "the diagnosis of myocardial ischemia by stress echocardiography should be delimited by time/space coordinates which represent: the circumferential (horizontal) extent of ischemia (x axis); the transmural (vertical) depth of ischemia (y axis); the ischemia-free stress time (i.e., the time from the start of the stress to the appearance of ischemia) (z axis)".

Grading of Ischemic Response in Stress Echocardiography. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/300835449_Grading_o... [accessed Jun 24 2018].


    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2672223/
    https://books.google.fr/books?id=pcPekl1Q1cAC&pg=PA440&lpg=PA440&dq=J+point+plus+measurement&source=bl&ots=SxDE8FRUgn&sig=XBEptr-NPmsb0qZ-e3
Kevin Oheix
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www-sante.ujf-grenoble.fr/SANTE/CardioCD/cardio/.../301.htm
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La variation de champ électrique peut être mesurée en millivolts, elle est .... L'ÉLECTROCARDIOGRAMME NORMAL ... Le point J marque la fin de QRS.
www.isbem.org/conf/1996/1996icbe/2-1-2-01.pdf
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by R Lehtinen - ‎1996 - ‎Related articles
All these variables were determined based on the STC, ST depression measured 40ms (ST40), 60ms(5T60) and 80ms. (ST80) after the J-point of the ECG.
http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/circulationaha/84/1/57.f...
Methods and Results. To assess the effect of ST segment measurement position on performance of standard exercise electrocardiographic criteria, the AST segment/heart rate (AST/HR) index, and the ST segment/heart rate (ST/HR) slope for the detection of coronary artery disease, the exercise electrocardiograms of 50 clinically normal subjects and 80 patients with known or likely coronary disease were analyzed using ****ST depression measured at both the J-point and at 60 msec after the J-point (J+60)***. A positive exercise electrocardiogram by standard criteria, defined as 0.1 mV or more of additional horizontal or downsloping ST depression at end exercise, had a specificity of 96% when ST depression was measured at either the J-point or J+60. There w

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