FIG. 5. EKG analysis of coronary artery-induced ischemia and reperfusion. Schematic illustration of a normal EKG trace (A) and the diagnostic EKG changes characteristic of ischemia (B and C) and reperfusion (D). The two theoretical possibilities in (B) and (C) may occur depending on placement of the EKG leads and the channel analyzed. (E-G) EKG recordings performed on an anesthetized rat before ischemia (E), 10 min after the initiation of ischemia (F), and 2 min after the start of reperfusion (G). The recordings in (E) and (F) are from lead II in the same animal.

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