Manel Ballester-Rodes, M.D.
Live Presentation: The Double Helix Heart: Anatomy, Function and Clinical Implications (Pre-recorded)
Spanish cardiologist Manel Ballester-Rodes has been studying and writing about the revolutionary discoveries of the structure and function of the human heart that change the way we understand circulation.
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The Double Helix Heart: Anatomy, Function and Clinical Implications
Discovery by Francisco Torrent-Guasp, a Spanish cardiologist, of the double helical cardiac anatomy of the heart and its corresponding function (torsion-untorsion), provides a new understanding of how the cardiac muscle operates. Several implications stem from this finding: EKG interpretation, the heart as a scalar field antenna, and the cardiac field dynamics in prompting pacemaker cells activation and explaining the electrical conduction between the atria and ventricles.