Cardiac Pacemaker Infection: Management and Results

  • A. P. SEMAGUINE, V. M. KAZACHANSKY, S. M. KHOKHLOUNOV, N. N. SHANGIN, V P Poliakov

Abstract

From January 1992 to July 1998, 18/1,500 patients (1.2%, 8 male, 10 female) with an average age of 64.8 ± 8.7 years presented infections of the pacemaker systems. All patients had been provided with single-chamber pacemakers. At the time of diagnosis, 11 patients presented symptoms and signs of infection at the generator site, 4 showed up with erosion along… (More)

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@inproceedings{SEMAGUINECardiacPI, title={Cardiac Pacemaker Infection: Management and Results}, author={A. P. SEMAGUINE and V. M. KAZACHANSKY and S. M. KHOKHLOUNOV and N. N. SHANGIN and V P Poliakov} }