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Conduction system pacing with AV node ablation versus catheter ablation for treatment of persistent atrial fibrillation in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction

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Mr Martin Rauber

University Medical Centre of Ljubljana, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
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Conduction system pacing with Selectra 3D Sheath: Technical Results

Speaker: Doctor L. Marcantoni (Rovigo, IT)

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Comparative of stylet-driven versus lumenless technique for left bundle branch pacing: implant results and follow-up outcomes

Speaker: Doctor J. Ramos Jimenez (Madrid, ES)

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Barriers against left bundle branch area pacing, myocardial or electrical disease: what is the matter?

Speaker: Doctor S. Briongos Figuero (Madrid, ES)

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