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The Choice of the Electrode and Pacing Method for Emergency Cardiac Pacing

  • A.H. Sheikh-Zadeh
  • H. Pour Kalbassi
  • M. Ataii
  • M.J. Tabaee-Zadeh

Abstract

The first successful cardiac resuscitation by external transthoracic pacing was reported by Zoll in 1952. This was followed by other reports and proved an impetus for the development of subsequent techniques. (2-3-4-5-6-7).

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Atrial Pace Complete Heart Block Cardiac Pace Electrode Catheter Complete Atrioventricular Block 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A.H. Sheikh-Zadeh
  • H. Pour Kalbassi
  • M. Ataii
  • M.J. Tabaee-Zadeh

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