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A low-threshold, non-dislocating endocardial electrode.
Threshold curves with large and small surface intracardiac pacemaker electrodes are compared. The 2 msec. impulse threshold with a 47 sq. mm. electrode was 3.6 v. (4.3 mA.) on the fourteenthExpand
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Effect of low-dose heparin on incidence of postoperative pulmonary embolism detected by photoscanning.
Abstract In a double-blind investigation thromboembolic prophylaxis with subcutaneous low-dose heparin was studied in 112 patients admitted for elective major surgery. Pulmonary embolism wasExpand
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Intracardiac stimulation for complete heart block.
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NEW METHOD FOR ATRIAL-TRIGGERED PACEMAKER TREATMENT WITHOUT THORACOTOMY.
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TRANSVENOUS ELECTRODES IN LONG‐TERM STIMULATION WITH CARDIAC PACING
Pacemaker treatment with a transvenous electrode was introduced ten years ago by Furman and Robinson.s The method was originally considered to be dangerous. It was feared that it would give rise toExpand
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One hundred cases of treatment for Adams-Stokes syndrome with permanent intravenous pacemaker.
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Pacemaking according to a system of building blocks.
Summary An account is given of the experience gained in a series of 304 patients treated with an intracardiac pacemaker electrode; 46 were provided with an atrial-triggered pacemaker and 20 with aExpand
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