Inadvertent malposition of a transvenous-inserted pacing lead in the left ventricular chamber.

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In conclusion, we propose the following approach to prevent and manage lead malposition in the left ventricle: A 12-lead electrocardiogram in the paced mode and an anterior and lateral chest view should be thoroughly inspected shortly after pacemaker implantation. A definitive diagnosis of malposition can be established with these tests. Development of any… (More)

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