"Subclinical" pacemaker syndrome: a randomised study of symptom free patients with ventricular demand (VVI) pacemakers upgraded to dual chamber devices.

@article{Sulke1992SubclinicalPS,
  title={"Subclinical" pacemaker syndrome: a randomised study of symptom free patients with ventricular demand (VVI) pacemakers upgraded to dual chamber devices.},
  author={Neil Sulke and Athanlaslos Dritsas and Julieanne Bostock and Alison Wells and Randall E. Morris and Edgar Sowton},
  journal={British heart journal},
  year={1992},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={57-64}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine whether symptom free patients with single chamber pacemakers benefit from dual chamber pacing. DESIGN A randomised double blind crossover comparison of ventricular demand (VVI), dual chamber demand (DDI), and dual chamber universal (DDD) modes after upgrading from a VVI device. SETTING Cardiology outpatient department. PATIENTS Sixteen patients aged 41-84 years who were symptom free during VVI mode pacing for three or more years. INTERVENTION Pacemaker upgrade… CONTINUE READING

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