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Transvenous path finding in cardiac resynchronization therapy

Abstract : Cardiovascular diseases are a major health concern all over the world and, especially, heart failure has gained more importance in the recent years. Improving diagnosis and therapy is therefore critical and among the several resources at our disposal, implantable devices is expected to have a better rate of success. This paper is focused on two topics: (i) our views of the main challenges to face in order to reach these objectives and (ii) a specific target regarding the pose of leads for multisite pacemakers by means of virtual endoscopy pre-operative planning and path finding throughout the coronary venous tree.
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Jean-Louis Coatrieux, Alfredo Hernandez, Philippe Mabo, Mireille Garreau, Pascal Haigron. Transvenous path finding in cardiac resynchronization therapy. 3rd International Workshop on Functional Imaging and Modeling of the Heart, Jun 2005, Barcelona, Spain. pp.236-245. ⟨inserm-00530419⟩

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