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Pp. 32–47). New York: McGraw-Hill. † Individual anatomic variation should be considered in analyzing patient data. For example, angiographic visualization of the left circumflex artery might show severe stenosis. Although it is not likely that AV node and His bundle perfusion would be affected (because the right coronary artery typically perfuses these structures), in approximately 10% of cases the structures would be at risk. Thus, angiographic information is validated with clinical data. Also, apparently attenuated or narrowed vessels may be normal anatomic variants.
When the channels open during activation, the diffusional and electrical forces combine to produce a large, but transient, inward current carried by sodium ion. The result is rapid depolarization. The chloride ion concentration is higher in the extracellular space than in the intracellular space. Thus, diffusional force favors inward movement of chloride ion. However, the resting membrane potential is at approximately the chloride ion equilibrium potential. Thus, the negative potential opposes the net inward movement of chloride ion.
Each ion has a different equilibrium potential that depends on the relative concentrations of that ion on the two sides of the membrane (see Table 1-2). In each case, the equilibrium potential can be calculated using the Nernst equation. qxd 11/21/11 10:30 AM Page 17 CHAPTER 1 typical sodium ion concentrations as in Table 1-2, the equilibrium potential for sodium ion is approximately ϩ60 mV. This means that if the membrane were permeable to sodium ion, then the membrane potential would have to be ϩ60 mV to halt net inward sodium current.