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Poster Session 3: Pacing and Resynchronisation therapy
28 Jun 08:30 - 12:30 Devices Poster Session Poster - Poster Area

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08:30P935Betablockers still improve survival in patients paced for bradycardia.D H J Elder (Perth, GB)
08:30P936Is it safe to perform external cardioversion in patients with implanted pacemaker?M Konert (Leipzig, DE)
08:30P937What we program is not what we get: Importance of measuring the P-wave sensing offset in DDD pacemakers.E Aversa (Capital Federal, AR)
08:30P938Advanced AV block is associated with pulmonary hypertension which is reversible after cardiac pacingR M Pop (Satu Mare, RO)
08:30P939Effects of the minimum ventricular stimulation associated with right ventricular outflow tract stimulation in arrhythmia, hemodynamics and quality of life of patients.A Menezes Junior (Goiania, BR)
08:30P940Safety and efficacy of permanent pacemaker and implantable cardioverter defibrillator therapy in the nonagenarians and centenariansA Shah (Elmhurst, US)
08:30P941Transvenous lead extraction in adolescent patients in view of lifelong pacingR De Lucia (Pisa, IT)
08:30P942Percutaneous extraction of over one thousand permanently implanted leads in 674 pts. using mechanical systems - effectiveness and complicationsA Kutarski (Jastkow Marysin, PL)
08:30P943Evaluation of clinical performance of the 4-site right ventricular defibrillation lead/header systemM Meine (Utrecht, NL)
08:30P944Cardiac device endocarditis with infected vegetations: a single-center experience and consequences of transvenous extractionM Nagashima (Fukuoka, JP)
08:30P945The current of injury as a predictor of ventricular lead long-term stabilityR Martin Asenjo (Madrid, ES)
08:30P946Systemic excess of coagulation systems after implanting device leads for low voltage devices as well as high voltage devicesT Yaegashi (Kanazawa, JP)
08:30P947Extracted leads' breakage - occurrence, management and risk factors. Analysis among over one thousand extracted leads A Kutarski (Jastkow Marysin, PL)
08:30P948Polish registry pacemaker and icd endocardial leads extraction - How current practice reflects hrs lead consensus documentM Chudzik (Lodz, PL)
08:30P949Defibrillator implantation without fluoroscopy.S Castrejon Castrejon (Madrid, ES)
08:30P950Incidence and predictors of antibradycardia pacing in patients with Anderson-Fabry disease.C O'Mahony (London, GB)
08:30P951High grade atrio-ventricular block after transcatheter aortic valve implantation: permanent pacemaker is always necessary?S Conti (S. Agata Li Battiati, IT)
08:30P952Incidence of permanent pacemaker implantation in patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve implantation with the Medtronic CoreValve and Edwards-Sapien prosthesis.A Radinovic (Milan, IT)
08:30P953Incidence and predictors of pericardial effusion after permanent heart rhythm device placement: M-A G Ohlow (Bad Berka, DE)
08:30P954Is quality of life affected by pacemaker patients' incorrect perceptions?LA Batista Sa (Goiania, BR)
08:30P955Increase of ventricular pacing demand in patients with suspected and documented atrio-ventricular blocks implanted with dual-chamber pacemaker T Deering (Atlanta, US)
08:30P956Symptoms recurrence in dual-chamber pacemaker patients with AV conduction disorders and treated with minimized ventricular pacing.HTJF Striekwold (Mol, BE)
08:30P957Remote monitoring requires time - invest to save?I A Fazal (Newcastle Upon Tyne, GB)
08:30P958Para-Hisian pacing achieved with a defibrillating lead: clinical impact on LVEFJ E Val-Mejias (Wichita, US)
08:30P959Real life experience of remote monitoring - factors influencing recruitmentI A Fazal (Newcastle Upon Tyne, GB)
08:30P960Influence of cardiac dyssynchrony on physical capacity and quality of life in patients with isolated congenital heart block and chronic right ventricular pacingR Costa (Sao Paulo, BR)
08:30P961Efficacy of high right ventricular septal lead placement for prevention of persistent atrial fibrillationT Misawa (Kahoku-Chyo, JP)
08:30P962SafeR pacing mode consistently prevents ventricular pacing over a 2-year follow-up.B Thibault (Montreal, CA)
08:30P963Implantation of permanent pacing leads by transcutaneous puncture of axillary vein in children and young adults with congenital heart defects (CHD): initial experienceM S Silvetti (Roma, IT)
08:30P964Mechanical dyssynchrony in non-compaction cardiomyopathy: underlying mechanism for improved response to CRT, even with narrow QRSD Penela (Barcelona, ES)
08:30P965Severe mitral regurgitation significantly impairs SonR1 amplitude augmentation during exerciseO Baumann (Southampton, GB)
08:30P966Effect of ventricular pacing on left ventricular synchronization - validation of a novel rat modelM Mor (Beer-Sheva, IL)
08:30P967Coronary sinus ostium anatomy according different systolic functionR Mlynarski (Myslowice, PL)
08:30P968Effects of left ventricular pacing sites and av intervals on left ventricular function during acute myocardial ischemiaAM Sinha (Hof, DE)
08:30P969Cardiac resynchronisation therapy using the radpad radiation shield at implant significantly reduces radiation dose to the operatorM Jones (Oxford, GB)
08:30P970VAT-assisted lead placement: an effective method of pacing the left ventricle for cardiac resynchronisation therapyK E Nelson (Middlesbrough, GB)
08:30P971Does selective LV lead placement via mini-thoracotomy offer an advantage over standard transvenous lead positioning in CRT device implantation?V Velagic (Zageb, HR)
08:30P972Gender difference in placement of left ventricular lead H Kawata (San Diego, US)
08:30P973Cardiac resynchronization therapy and atrial fibrillation: three leads better than twoI Fernandez Lozano (Madrid, ES)
08:30P974Anatomical factors involved in difficult cardiac resynchronization therapy procedureA Gate-Martinet (Saint-Etienne, FR)
08:30P975A new non-invasive method to assess systolic and diastolic interval changes in patients treated by resynchronization therapy: a feasibility studyU Startari (Pisa, IT)
08:30P976LV ring cathodal stimulation causes less diaphragmatic pacing than LV tip cathodal stimulationS Adhya (London, GB)
08:30P977Early improvements in heart rate variability after cardiac resynchronization therapyD Klug (Lille, FR)
08:30P978Left ventricular Tei index: value in predicting response to cardiac resynchronization therapy N Cortez-Dias (Lisbon, PT)
08:30P979A novel analysis program using 64-multidetector row computed tomography for the evaluation of left ventricular mechanical dyssynchronyT Keida (Tokyo, JP)
08:30P980Will the benefits of cardiac resynchronization therapy be extended to patients with atrial fibrillation?A Meireles (Porto, PT)
08:30P981Permanent para-hisian pacing. Indications and follow-upD F Ortega (San Fernando, AR)
08:30P982Baseline Nt-proBNP and peak VO2 are not predictive of positive response to cardiac resynchronization therapy in patients with chronic heart failure.T Chwyczko (Warsaw, PL)
08:30P983What is the clinical predictors of left ventricular reverse remodeling after cardiac resynchronization therapy in pacemaker-dependent patients with heart failure?I Nakajima (Osaka, JP)
08:30P984Longitudinal axis of left ventricle in heart failure, role of diminished septum shrinkage in mitral regurgitation formationA Kutarski (Jastkow Marysin, PL)
08:30P985Cost-effectiveness of cardiac resynchronization therapy in patients with heart failure: the perspective of a middle-income country's public health systemI Zimerman (Porto Alegre, BR)
08:30P986Profiles of ventricular rate during atrial fibrillation in CRT recipientsG Boriani (Bologna, IT)
08:30P987Is benefit of temporary cardiac resynchronization therapy during cardiac surgery sustained after chest closure? A substudy of the Biventricular Pacing After Cardiac Surgery (BiPACS) trial.B J Rubinstein (New York, US)
08:30P988A randomized comparison of mechanical dyssynchrony and hemodynamic response in right ventricular apical versus high posterior septal pacing in cardiac resynchronization therapyH M Kristiansen (Bergen, NO)
08:30P989Gender difference in the prognosis of patients with cardiac resynchronization therapyH Kawata (San Diego, US)
08:30P990Optimization of v-v delay interval in CRT using Echocadiography compared to QRS width in surface ECGA Nawar (6 October, EG)
08:30 Ten years follow up (f.u.) after cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT): the widest the baseline QRS the highest the cardiac mortality (CM)? 
08:30P991Traditional predictors of mortality in heart failure patients do not predict mortality in CRT patientsE Nof (Tel Hashomer, IL)
08:30P992Intermediate term follow up of left ventricular only pacing in patients candidate for cardiac resynchronization therapyH Badran (Cairo, EG)
08:30P993Cardiac resynchronization therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation: is it really mandatory to ablate the AV junction to achieve a good response?J M Tolosana (Barcelona, ES)
08:30P994Impact of mitral regurgitation on the outcome of heart failure patients treated with a biventricular defibrillator: 'real world data' from the InSync ICD Italian RegistryG Boriani (Bologna, IT)
08:30P995Clinical predictors of CRT response: results from the clinical evaluation on advanced resynchronization trial (CLEAR) studyM Lunati (Milano, IT)