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Left Ventricular Endocardial Pacing Techniques as an Alternative for Ineffective Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy and the Role of Acute Hemodynamic Evaluation

By Berry M. van Gelder, Patrick Houthuizen, Mike G. Scheffer, Lukas Dekker and Frank A. Bracke

Submitted: April 20th 2010Published: February 14th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13140

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Berry M. van Gelder, Patrick Houthuizen, Mike G. Scheffer, Lukas Dekker and Frank A. Bracke (February 14th 2011). Left Ventricular Endocardial Pacing Techniques as an Alternative for Ineffective Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy and the Role of Acute Hemodynamic Evaluation, Modern Pacemakers - Present and Future, Mithilesh Kumar Das, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13140. Available from:

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