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How good is operator opinion at predicting high ventricular pacing burden among patients receiving device therapy for bradycardia?

Topic: Antibradycardia Pacing

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Doctor Rahul Chattopadhyay

Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust, Cambridge (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
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Clinical outcomes with ventricular pacing or dual-chamber pacing for sinus-node dysfunction: a nationwide matched control study.

Speaker: Professor L. Fauchier (Tours, FR)

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Anatomical predictors of high grade atrioventricular conduction disorders in patients with specific pacemaker implanted after TAVI

Speaker: Doctor P. Frey (Annecy, FR)

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Long-term follow-up of heart transplant patients treated with permanent pacemaker: a monocentric study

Speaker: Doctor L. Tua (Pavia, IT)

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How many patients treated for bradycardia may be eligible for His bundle pacing?

Speaker: Doctor R. Chattopadhyay (Cambridge, GB)

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Comparison of QRSarea and left ventricular activation time during left bundle branch pacing and left ventricular septal pacing.

Speaker: Mr L. Heckman (Maastricht, NL)

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Speakers: Doctor R. Chattopadhyay, Professor L. Fauchier, Doctor P. Frey, Doctor L. Tua, Doctor R. Chattopadhyay...
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