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The elimination from plasma of intravenous heparin. An experimental study on dogs and humans.
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 fourteenth… Expand
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 was… Expand
Intracardiac stimulation for complete heart block.
305 cases of permanent intravenous pacemaker treatment for Adams-Stokes syndrome.
NEW METHOD FOR ATRIAL-TRIGGERED PACEMAKER TREATMENT WITHOUT THORACOTOMY.
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 to… Expand
One hundred cases of treatment for Adams-Stokes syndrome with permanent intravenous pacemaker.
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 a… Expand