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His resynchronization therapy produces more physiological ventricular repolarisation compared with biventricular pacing

Topic: Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy (CRT)

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Mr Timothy Cheng

Imperial College London, London (United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland)
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Better outcome at lower costs after implementing a CRT-care pathway: a comprehensive evaluation of real-world data

Speaker: Mr A. van Stipdonk (Maastricht, NL)


Futility risk model for predicting outcome after cardiac resynchronization therapy defibrillator implantation: data from a nationwide analysis

Speaker: Mr B. Maille (Marseille, FR)


Endocardial pacing is not haemodynamically superior to trans-coronary sinus epicardial pacing in cardiac resynchronization therapy: the Endo-Epi CRT study

Speaker: Doctor O. Okafor (Birmingham, GB)


Rhythm or rate control strategy in CRT recipients with long-standing persistent atrial fibrillation - preliminary results of the PilotCRAfT study.

Speaker: Doctor J. Ciszewski (Warsaw, PL)


Initial experience, feasibility and safety of permanent left bundle branch pacing; a retrospective single centre study.

Speaker: Doctor M. Van den Broek (Eindhoven, NL)


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CRT and physiologic pacing

Speakers: Mr T. Cheng, Mr A. van Stipdonk, Mr B. Maille, Doctor O. Okafor, Doctor J. Ciszewski...

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23 April - 25 April 2021

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