Hemodynamic benefits of right ventricular outflow tract pacing: comparison with right ventricular apex pacing.

@article{Cock1998HemodynamicBO,
  title={Hemodynamic benefits of right ventricular outflow tract pacing: comparison with right ventricular apex pacing.},
  author={Carel C de Cock and Alexander Meyer and Otto Kamp and Cees A. Visser},
  journal={Pacing and clinical electrophysiology : PACE},
  year={1998},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={536-41}
}
To assess optimal hemodynamics in relation to stimulation site during right ventricular pacing, 17 consecutive patients who underwent cardiac catheterization were studied. In all patients, right ventricular apex and right ventricular outflow tract stimulation was performed at 85, 100, and 120 beats/min. Cardiac index at both pacing sites was compared using the left ventricular outflow tract continuous wave Doppler technique. Comparison of the two stimulation sites demonstrated that right… CONTINUE READING

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