Exercise hemodynamic benefits of rate adaptive ventricular pacing.
- Published Article
Chinese medical journal
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 1996
Rate adaptive ventricular pacing can significantly improve the exercise capacity and cardiac output in patients with bradycardia. The increment of exercise cardiac output in VVIR mode is mainly dependent upon the pacing rate during exercise.
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