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Paweł Moskal, MD Nov 17
Hunting for “nice and juicy” His bundle potential never gets boring. This one was really impressive and with current of injury low thresholds are expected!
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Deep Chandh Raja Nov 12
A 70-year old male gets Australia's first successful His- pacing Solia S60 lead (Biotronik) at the Canberra Hospitals
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Óscar Cano Nov 18
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Matthew Goldstein Nov 13
This is what good HB lead contact looks like. Selective capture only. His injury but threshold too high to keep. Broke my heart.
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darius chapman Nov 12
We need your help! We've created a system for splitting EGM's from pacing leads to EP system & analyzer simultaneously. It works great. Will $$$ industrial design change your decision to use it and help clinics actually access this??
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Uwais Mohamed Nov 17
72. Extreme SOB last 4 months. LV 40%. RV pacing last 3 years. Severe Septal WMA with pacing. Next day post HIS pacing dramatic improvement. Threshold 0.5@1. HIS is great if parameters are great otherwise move on ? ...
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Xueying Chen, MD, Ph.D. Nov 17
A 31-year-old male PICM case: RVSP for 2 years, intrinsic AVB with LBBB shape escape beat, seems not typical LBBB and hard to screw in deep. Finally achieved with Huang technique by with abrupt shortening of Sti-LVAT and selective LBBP. Perfect case!
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Xueying Chen, MD, Ph.D. Nov 11
Today 16 cases in 19 hours in one cath lab (actually altogether was 25).I did the last 5 including 3 LBBP (all had potentials and 2 had selective). Simplified procedures due to tight time but still with high quality. 😄 Too tied to take pics to post.😭
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Giovanni Coluccia Nov 14
Nice case today of HBP (NS capture) and concomitant AVN ablation for permanent severely symptomatic AF. Thanks for your inspiring and instructive papers and lectures!
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Gaurav A. Upadhyay Nov 17
Congratulations Hannah for a terrific job at ! Sub-valvular lead position common after HBP, but does not substantially contribute to TR.
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Alexander dal forno Nov 18
and with the message of dr and we began the commemorations of the national day of the pacient with physiological pacemaker! thank you very much
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Cate Stevens Nov 11
Replying to @MelbourneEPdoc
Dude! His Bundle pacing to is to Emergency Medicine. You just 😂
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Jonathan Behar Nov 18
Important data thanks for sharing 👏👏
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Su Lan. MD Nov 15
Old man, SSS. Sel-HBP at 1V and Sel-LBBP with big potential, clear COI. A simply equipped and no EP recording system, only PSA & one V lead for monitoring. The same criteria of capture LBB could be repeated. @
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Xueying Chen, MD, Ph.D. Nov 17
Sharing experience and cases in Wenzhou with the master , friends and HPCSP fans.
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Falko Thiele Nov 13
Congratulations and the team at Canberra Hospital!
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@jennifersilva Nov 17
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Kanwar Y. Singh Nov 13
80 yr old post TAVR LBBB and intermittent CHB, then got a PPM . LB pacing gotta be a game changer for this specific population. Anyone collecting/got early data on these ?
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Uwais Mohamed Nov 15
72. IHD. LVEF 45%. Syncope. Blocks out at 120 with HIS pacing with high threshold. Deep septal mitigates those issues. Need to be careful with HIS and distal conduction disease.
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Alexander dal forno 14h
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