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Cardio-inhibitory reflex

Positional Atrial Sense Failure in a Ratedrop Pacemaker Causing Frequent Tachycardia Attacks


The Editor,


 Selected patients with Cardio-inhibitory reflex syncope may benefit from cardiac pacemakers; particularly rate-drop response algorithm may decline syncope episodes. But sometimes inappropriate rate-drop responses may present challenging diagnostic problems. 

07 Dec, 2015
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e-Published: 29 Mar, 2016


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