Philippe Mabo

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Catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (CPVT) is an inherited arrhythmogenic disease so far related to mutations in the cardiac ryanodine receptor (RYR2) or the cardiac calsequestrin (CASQ2) genes. Because mutations in RYR2 or in CASQ2 are not retrieved in all CPVT cases, we searched for mutations in the physiological protein partners of RyR2(More)
AIMS Professional practice guidelines recommend that pacemaker recipients be followed regularly. However, the majority of scheduled ambulatory visits is unproductive and imposes a heavy burden on the health-care system. METHODS AND RESULTS The COMPAS randomized, multicentre, non-inferiority trial examined the safety of long-term remote monitoring of(More)
BACKGROUND The prognosis of life for patients with heart failure remains poor. By using data mining methods, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the most important criteria for predicting patient survival and to profile patients to estimate their survival chances together with the most appropriate technique for health care. METHODS Five hundred and(More)
Current cardiac implantable devices (IDs) are equipped with a set of sensors that can provide useful information to improve patient follow-up and prevent health deterioration in the postoperative period. In this paper, data obtained from an ID with two such sensors (a transthoracic impedance sensor and an accelerometer) are analyzed in order to evaluate(More)
This study proposes a method to facilitate the remote follow up of patients suffering from cardiac pathologies and treated with an implantable device, by synthesizing a 12-lead surface ECG from the intracardiac electrograms (EGM) recorded by the device. Two methods (direct and indirect), based on dynamic time-delay artificial neural networks (TDNNs) are(More)
New cardiac implantable devices (IDs) allow the acquisition of an increasing amount of data relative to the pa-tient's activity. A quantitative analysis of these data can be of particular interest to optimize the stimulation therapy and to improve patient follow-up. This work presents a method to: i) evaluate the information content of the ID memory data;(More)
OBJECTIVE This study evaluated natural language processing methods to extract clinical data from free text in surgical reports related to cardiac pacing and defibrillation in order to populate a registry. METHODS The information extraction system that we have developed is a name entity recognition system based on GATE using regular expressions. 232(More)
BACKGROUND The Brugada syndrome is an inherited cardiac arrhythmia associated with high risk of sudden death. Although 20% of patients with Brugada syndrome carry mutations in SCN5A, the molecular mechanisms underlying this condition are still largely unknown. METHODS AND RESULTS We combined whole-exome sequencing and linkage analysis to identify the(More)
AIMS The choice of resynchronization therapy between with (CRT-D) and without (CRT-P) a defibrillator remains a contentious issue. Cause-of-death analysis among CRT-P, compared with CRT-D, patients could help evaluate the extent to which CRT-P patients would have additionally benefited from a defibrillator in a daily clinical practice. METHODS AND RESULTS(More)