Rakesh Yadav

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BACKGROUND Multidrug resistant (MDR) and extensively-drug resistant (XDR) tuberculosis (TB) are a serious threat to the national TB control programs of developing countries, and the situation is further worsened by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pandemic. The literature regarding MDR/XDR-TB is, however, scanty from most parts of India. We carried(More)
BACKGROUND Several past clinical studies have demonstrated that frequent and unnecessary right ventricular pacing in patients with sick sinus syndrome and compromised atrio-ventricular conduction (AVC) produces long-term adverse effects. The safety and efficacy of two pacemaker algorithms, Ventricular Intrinsic Preference™ (VIP) and Ventricular AutoCapture(More)
A 28-year-old male presented to our hospital with high-grade fever and weight loss for 4 months. Clinical examination was non-contributory and there was no history of any high-risk behavior or prolonged skin or dental infections. Native tricuspid-valve endocarditis may rarely present in these settings and high index of suspicion is essential for early(More)
Recent advances in molecular biology have advanced our understanding of the genetic substrate predisposing to sudden death, especially in monogenic disorders. Numerous ion channels along with membrane structural proteins have been extensively investigated for their role in the genesis of serious ventricular tachyarrhythmias. The complex interplay of various(More)
Subclavian route is a standard way of performing a permanent pacemaker. However in cases with superior vena caval or bilateral subclavian occlusion and bilateral infection of pacemaker site, alternative site is warranted. Epicardial route needs general anesthesia and has its own problems. Iliofemoral route has been used previously but has more lead related(More)
Total upper body drainage via left superior vena cava into coronary sinus (i.e. absent right superior vena cava) is a rare anomaly and distorts the anatomy of coronary sinus and triangle of Koch. Herewith we are reporting the first report of ablation in a patient with superior vena cava draining into coronary sinus totally. This patient with(More)
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