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Large randomized controlled trials have demonstrated that cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) improves morbidity and mortality in patients with moderate to severe heart failure [New York Heart ...

European Heart Journal, Steffel, Jan, Hürlimann, David

Date : 01/10/2009 Item size : 138065 bytes
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Introduction Biventricular pacing (cardiac resynchronization therapy, CRT) has been shown to reduce morbidity and mortality in heart failure patients with a left ventricular (LV) ejection fraction ...

European Heart Journal, Fröhlich, Georg, Steffel, Jan, Hürlimann, David, Enseleit, Frank, Lüscher, Thomas F., Ruschitzka, Frank, Abraham, William T., Holzmeister, Johannes

Date : 01/06/2010 Item size : 290786 bytes
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Mark Nicholls reports on the implications for heart failure patients in using the LivaNova SonR system for cardiac resynchronisation therapy Echo-guided resynchronization is recognized as the gold ...

European Heart Journal

Date : 01/11/2016
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Large exercise-induced increases in ischaemic MR are associated with acute pulmonary oedema2 and a high risk of morbidity and mortality.3 In patients with normal QRS duration but reduced LV ...

European Heart Journal, Piérard, Luc A., Lancellotti, Patrizio

Date : 01/03/2006 Item size : 103224 bytes
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[...]of the research work, the mechanisms that mediated the benefits of CRT are revealed (Figure 1). Multisite LV pacing: 2 vs. 1 LV lead   Post-implant follow-up  Remote monitoring and ...

European Heart Journal, Yu, Cheuk-Man, Hayes, David L.

Date : 14/05/2013
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Packer and colleagues evaluated >2000 heart failure patients, who were randomized to placebo or carvedilol.1 The authors reported a 35% decrease in the risk of death with carvedilol as compared with ...

European Heart Journal, Bax, Jeroen J., Delgado, Victoria

Date : 01/03/2012 Item size : 142606 bytes
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Large exercise-induced increases in ischaemic MR are associated with acute pulmonary oedema2 and a high risk of morbidity and mortality.3 In patients with normal QRS duration but reduced LV ...

European Heart Journal, Piérard, Luc A., Lancellotti, Patrizio

Date : 01/03/2006 Item size : 103311 bytes
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08:30 P1129 Strain is more accurate than visual estimation of scar by echocardiography to guide lead positioning for long-term outcome from cardiac resynchronization therapy Leyla Elif SADE (Ankara, ...

Poster Session 2: Imaging and heart failure: cardiac resynchronisation therapy

Date : 01/09/2013 Item size : 103355 bytes
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08:30 P3153 Mechanical resynchronization is associated with less ventricular arrhythmias in heart failure patients treated with cardiac resynchronization therapy Kristina Hermann HAUGAA (Oslo, NO) ...

Poster Session 4: Resynchronisation therapy

Date : 02/09/2013 Item size : 329388 bytes
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Stuart RUSSELL (Lancs, GB) 14:00 P419 Cardiac dyssynchrony do not affect quality of life and physical capacity of patients with isolated congenital heart block and chronic right ventricular pacing ...

Poster Session 2: Cardiac resynchronisation therapy

Date : 22/05/2011 Item size : 89629 bytes