Steven Girouard

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Routine clinical right ventricular pacing generates left ventricular dyssynchrony manifested by early septal shortening followed by late lateral contraction, which, in turn, reciprocally stretches the septum. Dyssynchrony is disadvantageous to cardiac mechanoenergetics and worsens clinical prognosis, yet little is known about its molecular consequences.(More)
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