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Multidisciplinary care of patients receiving cardiac resynchronization therapy is associated with improved clinical outcomes Abstract Aims Although cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) reduces ...

European Heart Journal, Altman, Robert K., Parks, Kimberly A., Schlett, Christopher L., Orencole, Mary, Park, Mi-Young, Truong, Quynh A., Deeprasertkul, Peerawut, Moore, Stephanie A., Barrett, Conor ...

Date : 01/09/2012 Item size : 292928 bytes
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Association of persistent or worsened echocardiographic dyssynchrony with unfavourable clinical outcomes in heart failure patients with narrow QRS width: a subgroup analysis of the EchoCRT ...

European Heart Journal, Gorcsan, John, Sogaard, Peter, Bax, Jeroen J., Singh, Jagmeet P., Abraham, William T., Borer, Jeffrey S., Dickstein, Kenneth, Gras, Daniel, Krum, Henry, Brugada, Josep, ...

Date : 01/01/2016 Item size : 350302 bytes
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Introduction Heart failure (HF) remains a huge problem to the patient and the treating physician alike, with excessive morbidity and mortality.1 Despite the progress made with medical and ...

European Heart Journal, Singh, Jagmeet P., Kandala, Jagdesh, John Camm, A.

Date : 07/01/2014 Item size : 471907 bytes
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Scintilla Fly Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) has been associated with reduced morbidity and improved survival in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction and heart failure ...

European Heart Journal, Lubitz, Steven A., Singh, Jagmeet P.

Date : 14/02/2015 Item size : 133647 bytes
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The first successful, yet experimental ICD system involved two electrodes between the pectoralis muscle and the rib cage, two sensing electrodes in the chest wall musculature, with a pulse generator ...

European Heart Journal, Mela, Theofanie, Singh, Jagmeet P.

Date : 01/07/2014 Item size : 127983 bytes
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The first successful, yet experimental ICD system involved two electrodes between the pectoralis muscle and the rib cage, two sensing electrodes in the chest wall musculature, with a pulse generator ...

European Heart Journal, Mela, Theofanie, Singh, Jagmeet P.

Date : 01/07/2014
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Introduction Heart failure (HF) remains a huge problem to the patient and the treating physician alike, with excessive morbidity and mortality.1 Despite the progress made with medical and ...

European Heart Journal, Singh, Jagmeet P., Kandala, Jagdesh, John Camm, A.

Date : 07/01/2014
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Multidisciplinary care of patients receiving cardiac resynchronization therapy is associated with improved clinical outcomes Abstract Aims Although cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) reduces ...

European Heart Journal, Altman, Robert K., Parks, Kimberly A., Schlett, Christopher L., Orencole, Mary, Park, Mi-Young, Truong, Quynh A., Deeprasertkul, Peerawut, Moore, Stephanie A., Barrett, Conor ...

Date : 01/09/2012
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Association of persistent or worsened echocardiographic dyssynchrony with unfavourable clinical outcomes in heart failure patients with narrow QRS width: a subgroup analysis of the EchoCRT ...

European Heart Journal, Gorcsan, John, Sogaard, Peter, Bax, Jeroen J., Singh, Jagmeet P., Abraham, William T., Borer, Jeffrey S., Dickstein, Kenneth, Gras, Daniel, Krum, Henry, Brugada, Josep, ...

Date : 01/01/2016 Item size : 363379 bytes
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Scintilla Fly Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) has been associated with reduced morbidity and improved survival in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction and heart failure ...

European Heart Journal, Lubitz, Steven A., Singh, Jagmeet P.

Date : 14/02/2015 Item size : 159304 bytes