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Objective: To assess prospectively the effect of cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) on New York Heart Association (NYHA) functional class, cardiac function, cardiopulmonary exercise performance, ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, M U Braun, T Rauwolf, T Zerm, M Schulze, A Schnabel, R H Strasser

Date : 01/05/2005
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90 Invasive acute haemodynamic response to guide LV lead implantation predicts chronic remodelling in patients undergoing cardiac resynchronisation therapy Introduction Cardiac ...

Heart, BCS Abstracts 2011, S G Duckett, M Ginks, A Shetty, J Bostock, J S Gill, S G Hamid, S Kapetanakis, E Cunliffe, R S Razavi, G Carr-White, C A Rinaldi

Date : 01/06/2011
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Background Cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) is an established treatment for patients with advanced heart failure (HF). Cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) is an important tool in the ...

Heart, BCS Abstracts 2011, K Guha, F Alpendurada, S Prasad, T McDonagh, M R Cowie, R Sharma

Date : 01/06/2011
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R Chung1, R Sutton2, M Y Henein3 1Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK 2St Marys Hospital, Paddington, London, UK 3Heart Centre, University Hospital, Umeå, Sweden Dr M Y Henein, Heart Centre, ...

Heart, Viewpoint, R Chung, R Sutton, M Y Henein

Date : 01/08/2008
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Introduction A significant minority of patients do not experience clinical benefit following cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT). Haemodynamically-guided adjustment of the intervals between ...

Heart, BCS Abstracts 2011, V Nayar, F Z Khan, A Rawling, L Ayers, M S Virdee, D Begley, D P Dutka, P J Pugh

Date : 01/06/2011