DUAL-CHAMBER PACING - HOW MANY PATIENTS REMAIN IN DDD-MODE OVER THE LONG-TERM
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AbstractObjective-DDD pacing is better than VVI pacing in complete heart block and sick sinus syndrome but is more expensive and demanding. In addition, some patients have to be programmed out of DDD mode and this may have an important impact on the cost-effectiveness of DDD pacing. The purpose of this study was to determine how many patients remain in DDD mode over the long term (up to 10 years).
All Author(s) ListIBRAHIM B, SANDERSON JE, WRIGHT B, PALMER R
Journal nameBRITISH HEART JOURNAL
Year1995
Month7
Day1
Volume Number74
Issue Number1
PublisherBRITISH MED JOURNAL PUBL GROUP
Pages76 - 79
ISSN0007-0769
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsATRIAL FIBRILLATION; DDD MODE; DUAL CHAMBER PACEMAKER
Web of Science Subject CategoriesCardiac & Cardiovascular Systems; Cardiovascular System & Cardiology; History & Philosophy Of Science; History & Philosophy of Science

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