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|Title:||A comparison of single-lead atrial pacing with dual-chamber pacing in sick sinus syndrome.|
|Citation:||EUR HEART J, 2011, 32 (6), pp. 686-696|
|Abstract:||In patients with sick sinus syndrome, bradycardia can be treated with a single-lead pacemaker or a dual-chamber pacemaker. Previous trials have revealed that pacing modes preserving atrio-ventricular synchrony are superior to single-lead ventricular pacing, but it remains unclear if there is any difference between single-lead atrial pacing (AAIR) and dual-chamber pacing (DDDR).|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Cardiovascular Sciences|
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