Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, October 15th, 2006
"Despite improvements in CRT implantation techniques, a significant minority of CRT attempts are unsuccessful. Inability to cannulate the coronary sinus (CS) because of difficult anatomy is a major reason for unsuccessful CRT implantation. Direct visualization of intracardiac structures during the implant may facilitate access into the CS. The present study describes CRT implantation with the aid of an EVC," scientists writing in the journal Heart Rhythm...
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