2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.bspc.2015.10.007
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Recurrence plot of heart rate variability signal in patients with vasovagal syncopes

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“…In healthy subjects, the cardiovascular system reacts inmediately to system stimuli, thus decreasing the time the organism stays in the same or similar state. However, under pathological circumstances, the control system simplifies and the recurrences to similar states increase [ 52 ]. This suggests a loss of complexity and more regularity in the system in the presence of apnea.…”
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“…In healthy subjects, the cardiovascular system reacts inmediately to system stimuli, thus decreasing the time the organism stays in the same or similar state. However, under pathological circumstances, the control system simplifies and the recurrences to similar states increase [ 52 ]. This suggests a loss of complexity and more regularity in the system in the presence of apnea.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…In general, we can find the same behavior in the remaining features: higher values for apnea minutes. This fact implies lower HRV, simplification of heart rate dynamics and greater predictability and, ultimately, pathological conditions [ 41 , 52 ].…”
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