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Percutaneous Implantation of an Entirely Intracardiac Leadless Pacemaker

Sunday, August 30, 2015

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Source Name: New England Journal of Medicine


Vivek Y. Reddy, Derek V. Exner, Daniel J. Cantillon, Rahul Doshi, T. Jared Bunch, Gery F. Tomassoni, Paul A. Friedman, N.A. Mark Estes, III, John Ip, Imran Niazi, Kenneth Plunkitt, Rajesh Banker, James Porterfield, James E. Ip, and Srinivas R. Dukkipati for the LEADLESS II Study Investigators

Multicenter trial examining the efficacy of a miniaturized and fully self-contained leadless pacemaker percutaneously implanted into the right ventricle.  The leadless pacemaker met prespecified pacing and sensing requirements with 1 in 15 patients experiencing adverse device related events.

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