By Mark E. Josephson MD
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Not enough data, however, are available to define normal responses under these circumstances. Even in the presence of autonomic blockade the varying site of origin of the “sinus” impulse in different patients would limit the definition of normal values. FIGURE 2-5 Method of measurement in the His bundle electrogram. The vertical black lines mark the onset of the P wave and earliest ventricular activation in the surface ECG or intracardiac records. The open arrows show the site of measurement of the onset of the low atrial and His bundle electrograms.
9 Thus, when a multipolar (≥3) electrode catheter is used, it is often helpful to simultaneously record from the proximal and distal pair of electrodes to ensure that the His bundle deflection present in the distal pair of electrodes is the most proximal His bundle deflection. 5 cm distance. Use of more closely spaced electrodes (1 to 2 mm) does not add a more accurate recording of the proximal His potential, since a His potential can be recorded up to 8 mm from the tip. However, use of a decapolar catheter with 1- to 2-mm interelectrode distance can record proximal, mid, and distal recordings of the His bundle as well as the RBB potential.