J Orzelski

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UNLABELLED Pacing mode in sinus node disease (SND) is one of controversies in cardiac pacing. We evaluated atrial pacing mode (AAI) in SND patients (pts). Between 1985 and 1994 AAI pacemaker was inserted in 179 pts due to symptomatic SND of varied etiology. RESULTS The majority of pts (91.6%) were free from syncopal episodes after AAI implantation, in 15(More)
In a series of 40 cancers involving the descending and sigmoid colon and producing true acute obstruction, the following were performed: 16 colostomies of first intention (including 11 palliative); 14 resections with colostomy (Hartmann type); 9 resection-anastomoses (including 3 protected); 1 attempt at laser treatment for non consent to surgery. Only 22(More)
Temporary atrial pacing (AAI) was applied in 31 patients with sick sinus syndrome (S.S.S.), including 20 with tachycardia-bradycardia syndrome (t.b.s.). In all patients before pacemaker implantation atrioventricular conduction was estimated using rapid left atrial, transoseophegeal stimulation assuming Wenckebach's point over 120 imp./min to be a(More)
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