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Archives of cardiovascular diseases
Volume 104, n° 1
pages 11-16 (janvier 2011)
Doi : 10.1016/j.acvd.2010.11.005
Received : 28 August 2010 ;  accepted : 12 November 2010
Initial clinical experience with implantation of left ventricular lead guided by Overlay Ref for the treatment of congestive heart failure
Évaluation clinique initiale d’une technique d’implantation d’une sonde de stimulation en position ventriculaire gauche
 

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Figure 1 : 

(a) coronary sinus angiography (b) ideal left ventricular side branch was obtained (in anterior posterior view).


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Figure 2 : 

Typical lead placement in the anterior vein in (a) left anterior oblique view and (b) posterior-anterior view. In the same patient, the lead was positioned in the lateral vein by the over-the-wire technique, depicted in (c) left anterior oblique view and (d) posterior-anterior view. Photo reference from Sack et al [5].


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Figure 3 : 

A percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty wire was placed into the target vein, guided by the Overlay Ref technique, in left anterior oblique view. (a) Reference image. (b) Fluoroscopic image.


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Figure 4 : 

An over-the-wire left ventricular lead was placed into the target vein, guided by the Overlay Ref technique, in left anterior oblique view. (a) Reference image. (b) Fluoroscopic image.

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