Cardiomyoplasty: first clinical case with new cardiomyostimulator.

Abstract

Dynamic cardiomyoplasty was performed in a patient using a new cardio-myostimulator (LD-PACE II) designed to enable a novel stimulation regimen that utilizes a new range of stimulation options, including cessation during sleep. After treatment, left ventricular ejection fraction improved in 24 months from 15% to 25% and New York Heart Association classification improved from class IV to II.

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@article{Chekanov2002CardiomyoplastyFC, title={Cardiomyoplasty: first clinical case with new cardiomyostimulator.}, author={Valerie S Chekanov and Duane E Sands and Conville S Brown and Fernando Brum and Pedro Arzuaga and Sebastian Gava and Ferdinand P Eugenio and Vladimir Melamed and Howard W Spencer}, journal={Asian cardiovascular & thoracic annals}, year={2002}, volume={10 3}, pages={264-6} }