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    Long‐Term Complication Rates in Ventricular, Single Lead VDD, and Dual Chamber Pacing

    Wiegand, Uwe K. H., Bode, Frank, Bonnemeier, Hendrik, Eberhard, Frank, Schlei, Monika, Peters, Werner
    Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology, October 2003, Vol.26(10), pp.1961-1969 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Long-term complication rates in ventricular, single lead VDD, and dual chamber pacing

    Wiegand, Uwe K H, Bode, Frank, Bonnemeier, Hendrik, Eberhard, Frank, Schlei, Monika, Peters, Werner
    Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE, October 2003, Vol.26(10), pp.1961-9 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Long-term complication rates in ventricular, single lead VDD, and dual chamber pacing
    Auteur: Wiegand, Uwe K H; Bode, Frank; Bonnemeier, Hendrik; Eberhard, Frank; Schlei, Monika; Peters, Werner
    Sujet: Heart Block -- Therapy ; Pacemaker, Artificial -- Adverse Effects
    Description: A higher incidence of pacemaker related complications has been reported in DDD systems as compared to VVI devices. The implantation of single lead VDD pacemakers might reduce the complication rate of physiological pacing in patients with AV block. In a retrospective study, the data records of 1,214 consecutive patients with pacemaker implantation for AV block between 1990 and 2001 (VVI 36.5%, DDD 32.9%, VDD 30.6%) were analyzed. Complications requiring surgical interventions were compared during a follow-up period of 64 +/- 31 months. Operation and fluoroscopic times were longer in DDD pacemaker implantation compared to VDD and VVI devices:58 +/- 23 versus 39 +/- 10 and 37 +/- 13 minutes (P
    Fait partie de: Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE, October 2003, Vol.26(10), pp.1961-9
    Identifiant: 0147-8389 (ISSN); 14516336 Version (PMID)