Defibrillation lead placement using a transthoracic transatrial approach in a case without transvenous access due to lack of the right superior vena cava.

@article{Otsuka2015DefibrillationLP,
  title={Defibrillation lead placement using a transthoracic transatrial approach in a case without transvenous access due to lack of the right superior vena cava.},
  author={Yosuke Otsuka and Hideo Okamura and Syunsuke Sato and Ikutaro Nakajima and Kohei Ishibashi and Kouji Miyamoto and Takashi Noda and Takeshi Aiba and Shiro Kamakura and Junjiro Kobayashi and Satoshi Yasuda and Hisao Ogawa and Kengo Kusano},
  journal={Journal of arrhythmia},
  year={2015},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={
          159-62
        }
}
  • Yosuke Otsuka, Hideo Okamura, +10 authors Kengo Kusano
  • Published in Journal of arrhythmia 2015
  • Medicine
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