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In the dysrhythmias shown in our figure 1, two appeared before ST-segment elevation reached its acme and therefore were classified as representing an occlusive type of dysrhythmia. Some of the electrical abnormalities produced during the occlusive phase (i.e., progressive delay of subepicardial activation),7 are maintained during early phase immediately after coronary reperfusion. These may be an important factor explaining the persistence of dysrhythmias after coronary flow resumes.7doi:10.1161/01.cir.62.6.1391 pmid:7438376 fatcat:kblxm7iurfev7lna3bbt66ofha