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Cardiac Depolarisation and Repolarisation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   I want to know what is Cardiac Depolarisation and Repolarisation ?
Doctor :   Cardiac cells at rest are considered polarized, meaning no electrical activity takes place
User :   so what is this called
Doctor :   Once an electrical cell generates an electrical impulse, this electrical impulse causes the ions to cross the cell membrane and causes the action potential, also called depolarization
Doctor :   Repolarization is the return of the ions to their previous resting state, which corresponds with relaxation of the myocardial muscle
User :   can you please explain it in more common language please
User :   Is it what called the heart beats / rythms
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Doctor :   deplorization is when there is influx of cations
Doctor :   like sodium
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Doctor :   and calcium into cell
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