Cardiac Pacemakers: Biological Aspects
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This volume is dedicated to emerging of complexities and complications in new clinical situations and other safety problems. The authors have derived the used information from their own clinical practice and experiences of their medical colleagues. These and other pragmatic features can be acknowledged as the most valuable asset of the book.
Clinical usage of artificial pacing dates back to 1958, when the battery powered cardiac pacemakers became available. Modern implantable pacemakers are the complicated electronic devices operating 10 years continuously without battery exchange. Though the development of devices is not a primary topic of the book, certain efforts towards developing of biologic pacemakers through tissue engineering and studying of cell synchronization are discussed. The main attention is paid to implementations of pacemakers in different medical situations oriented towards widening the clinical indications for implanting the cardiac pacemakers. New methods and devices in cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) have received particular attention. Placing of pacing electrodes has been treated soundly.
1 Biologic Pacemaker - Role of Gene and Cell Therapy in Cardiac Arrhythmias
2 Coherent Resonant Properties of Cardiac Cells
3 Clinical Applications of Pacemakers in Patients with Bradycardia and Other Specific Conditions
4 Permanent Cardiac Pacing in Adults with High Grade Atriovetricular Block and Preserved Left Ventricular Function: Optimal Mode and Site of Pacing
5 Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy: Lead Positioning and Technical Advances
6 Implantable Loop Recorder in Clinical Practice
7 Pacemaker Following Adult Cardiac Surgery
8 Early Complications After Pacemaker Implantations
9 Lead Extraction in Congenital Heart Disease Patients – Indications, Technique and Experience
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