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The Choice of the Pacemaker-Electrode Combination: Clinical Implications in Paroxysmal Arrhythmias

  • Sergio Dalla Volta
  • Ildebrando Maragno
  • Andrea Nava

Abstract

Advancement in the engineering and technology of pacemakers has led to the introduction of a new generation of pulse generators, which have smaller size, are better tolerated by the patients and promise more reliable and longer life.

Keywords

Cardiac Pacemaker Sick Sinus Syndrome Stimulation Threshold Ventricular Ectopic Beat Cardiac Frequency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sergio Dalla Volta
  • Ildebrando Maragno
  • Andrea Nava

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