Simon G. Duckett

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This manuscript describes our recent developments towards better understanding of the mechanisms amenable to cardiac resynchronization therapy response. We report the results from a full multimodal(More)
AIMS Multi-site left ventricular (LV) pacing may be superior to single-site stimulation in correcting dyssynchrony and avoiding areas of myocardial scar. We sought to characterize myocardial scar(More)
AIMS Problems with implanting a left ventricular (LV) lead during cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) procedures are not uncommon and may occur for a variety of reasons including phrenic nerve(More)
AIMS Early inward motion and thickening/thinning of the ventricular septum associated with left bundle branch block is known as the septal flash (SF). Correction of SF corresponds to response to(More)