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Modification of the underlying electrical substrate by biventricular pacing has been shown to improve symptoms, exercise tolerance, ventricular function, and prognosis.1–3 Accordingly, electrical ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, De Boeck, Bart W.L., Teske, Arco J., Meine, Mathias, Leenders, Geert E., Cramer, Maarten J., Prinzen, Frits W., Doevendans, Pieter A.

Date : 01/09/2009 Item size : 189867 bytes

Tel: +41 91 805 3340, Fax: +41 91 805 3167, Email: Search for more papers by this author Abstract Aims The aim of this study was to investigate (i) the baseline ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Klimusina, Julija, De Boeck, Bart W., Leenders, Geert E.H., Faletra, Francesco F., Prinzen, Frits, Averaimo, Manuela, Pasotti, Elena, Klersy, Catherine, Moccetti, ...

Date : 01/02/2011 Item size : 175493 bytes

In heart failure (HF) patients, a simple 12-lead ECG provides important information that can be integrated with the clinical evaluation in order to predict patient outcome. The relationship between ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Boriani, Giuseppe, Bertini, Matteo, Diemberger, Igor, Biffi, Mauro, Martignani, Cristian

Date : 01/07/2009 Item size : 102862 bytes

Introduction Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) confers a clinical response, positive LV remodelling, and improved survival in selected patients with heart failure. [2] A number of factors are ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Kydd, Anna C., Khan, Fakhar Z., Ring, Liam, Pugh, Peter J., Virdee, Munmohan S., Dutka, David P.

Date : 01/11/2014 Item size : 166422 bytes

Abstract Aims Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) was shown to reverse left ventricular (LV) remodelling in heart failure (HF) patients. Receiver operating curve analysis revealed the ratio ...

Europace, CLINICAL RESEARCH, Giulio Zucchelli, Ezio Soldati, Andrea Di Cori, Raffaele De Lucia, Luca Segreti, Gianluca Solarino, Gabriele Borelli, Vitantonio Di Bello, Maria Grazia Bongiorni

Date : 01/10/2010 Item size : 241677 bytes

[...]systolic stress and strain as well as external work are reduced in early-activated regions and increased in late-activated regions.7 The opposing length changes during systole are, most likely, ...

Europace, Review, Angelo Auricchio, Frits W. Prinzen

Date : 01/07/2008

In this review article, we discuss the mechanisms through which cardiac dyssynchrony is involved in FMR pathophysiologic cascade and how cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) can have therapeutic ...

Eur Heart J Cardiovasc Imaging, Review, Marco Spartera, Maurizio Galderisi, Donato Mele, Matteo Cameli, Antonello D'Andrea, Andrea Rossi, Sergio Mondillo, Giuseppina Novo, Roberta Esposito, Flavio ...

Date : 01/05/2016

Abstract Aims Current imaging techniques attempt to identify responders to cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT). Conclusion After pre-selection of candidates for CRT by QRS duration, application ...

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, Clinical/Original Paper, François Tournoux, Jagmeet P. Singh, Raymond C. Chan, Annabel Chen-Tournoux, David McCarty, Robert Manzke, Jeremy N. ...

Date : 01/01/2012

Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) is one of the major breakthroughs in heart failure (HF) management which has proven to reduce mortality and HF hospitalizations in patients with symptomatic ...

Europace, Editorial, Cecilia Linde

Date : 01/02/2015

Abstract Aims The effect of cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) on right ventricular ejection fraction (RVEF) has not been well studied. To evaluate the acute and chronic effects of CRT on right ...

Europace, CLINICAL RESEARCH, Haran Burri, Giulia Domenichini, Henri Sunthorn, Eric Fleury, Carine Stettler, Ines Foulkes, Dipen Shah

Date : 01/03/2010