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Electrophysiology’s Identity Crisis: What our Clinical Trials Do and Do Not Say About Us

… lack of consensus on techniques; and a therapeutic bias in favour of procedural intervention that stands in the … , ventricular tachycardia , AF , Kaplan-Meier analysis , healthy responder bias , Disclosure: The authors have no conflicts of …

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Management of Non-responders to Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy with MultiPoint Pacing

… overall patient population were responders, with a 76 % responder rate in the MultiPoint pacing group compared with …

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Arrhythmogenic Cardiomyopathy: Electrical and Structural Phenotypes

… than their family members is so-called ascertainment bias. The clinician should bear in mind that relatives due to … of arrhythmias (class IIa), but their prophylactic use in healthy gene carriers is not recommended. 158 Implantable … in asymptomatic patients without risk factors and most healthy gene carriers (class III). 144 However, since the …

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Minimally Invasive Epicardial Surgical Ablation Alone Versus Hybrid Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

… size of both primary outcomes. Study quality and risk of bias within studies were assessed using a modified version of … case series ( Supplementary Table 3 ). Risk of publication bias across studies was assessed using Funnel plots and … 6.6 %; [95 % CI 3.2-10.0]). Study Quality and Risk of Bias Studies were generally of variable quality ( Figure 3A …

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Preventive Ventricular Tachycardia Ablation in Patients with Ischaemic Cardiomyopathy: Meta-analysis of Randomised Trials

… STATA 14 (StataCorp). Quality Assessment The risk of bias was assessed based on the tool from the Cochrane Collaboration. 8 Specifically, the risk of bias was assessed in the following domains: selection (random … of outcome assessment), attrition, reporting and other bias. Every domain could be classified as high or low risk of …

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Electrical Mapping to Optimise Heart Failure Outcomes Following Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy

… Such patients are termed non-responders. In a typical non-responder, intrinsic RV-LV = 20 ms, QRSd = 145 ms, QLV = 15 %. In a typical responder intrinsic RV-LV = 120 ms, QRSd = 145 ms, QLV = 82 … endocardial cardiac resynchronization therapy in a non-responder with ventricular arrhythmias, Indian Pacing …

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Clinical Evidence Demonstrating the Benefit of MultiPoint Pacing Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy

… three patients with MultiPoint pacing (one who was a super-responder) experienced no significant additional effect from …

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Peter H Brubaker

… of Health and Exercise Science and Executive Director of Healthy Exercise and Lifestyle ProgramS (HELPS) Wake Forest …

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Pedro Brugada

… to sudden death by ventricular fibrillation in seemingly healthy people . Read more Reasearch areas Atrial Arrhthymias …

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