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Percent ventricular pacing with managed ventricular pacing mode in standard pacemaker population

Milasinovic, Goran; Tscheliessnigg, Karlheinz; Boehmer, Anthonie; Vancura, Vladimir; Schuchert, Andreas; Brandt, Johan LU ; Wiggenhorn, Christopher; Hofman, Maaike and Sperze, Johannes (2008) In Europace 10(2). p.151-155
Abstract
Aims Unnecessary right ventricular pacing has deleterious effects and becomes more significant when cumulative percent ventricular pacing (Cum%VP) exceeds 40% of time. The Managed Ventricular Pacing (MVP) mode has been shown to significantly reduce the percent ventricular pacing compared to the DDD/R mode. This study assessed the percent of ventricular pacing in a standard pacemaker population programmed to MVP and for which patients it is possible to achieve a Cum%VP <= 40%. Methods and results Unselected, consecutive patients were implanted with a dual chamber pacemaker with a mean follow-up period of 76 days. The Cum%VP was calculated from device diagnostics between pre-hospital discharge (PHD) and the 1-month post implant visit. The... (More)
Aims Unnecessary right ventricular pacing has deleterious effects and becomes more significant when cumulative percent ventricular pacing (Cum%VP) exceeds 40% of time. The Managed Ventricular Pacing (MVP) mode has been shown to significantly reduce the percent ventricular pacing compared to the DDD/R mode. This study assessed the percent of ventricular pacing in a standard pacemaker population programmed to MVP and for which patients it is possible to achieve a Cum%VP <= 40%. Methods and results Unselected, consecutive patients were implanted with a dual chamber pacemaker with a mean follow-up period of 76 days. The Cum%VP was calculated from device diagnostics between pre-hospital discharge (PHD) and the 1-month post implant visit. The median Cum%VP of 107 patients (age 67.2 +/- 14 years; 53% mate) who were programmed to MVP was 3.9%. The median Cum%VP was 1.4% in patients with sinus node disease (SND) and 28.8% in patients with AV block (AVB). Cum%VP <= 40% was observed in 72% of all. patients, in 50% of AVB patients, and in 86% of SND patients. Conclusion The MVP mode is capable of achieving a tow percent of ventricular pacing in a standard pacemaker population with SND and AVB. In addition, 72% of patients in MVP mode demonstrated Cum%VP <= 40%. (Less)
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atrioventricular block, ventricular pacing, managed ventricular pacing, sinus node disease, pacing algorithms
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Europace
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10
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151 - 155
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Oxford University Press
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1532-2092
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10.1093/europace/eum288
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  abstract     = {Aims Unnecessary right ventricular pacing has deleterious effects and becomes more significant when cumulative percent ventricular pacing (Cum%VP) exceeds 40% of time. The Managed Ventricular Pacing (MVP) mode has been shown to significantly reduce the percent ventricular pacing compared to the DDD/R mode. This study assessed the percent of ventricular pacing in a standard pacemaker population programmed to MVP and for which patients it is possible to achieve a Cum%VP &lt;= 40%. Methods and results Unselected, consecutive patients were implanted with a dual chamber pacemaker with a mean follow-up period of 76 days. The Cum%VP was calculated from device diagnostics between pre-hospital discharge (PHD) and the 1-month post implant visit. The median Cum%VP of 107 patients (age 67.2 +/- 14 years; 53% mate) who were programmed to MVP was 3.9%. The median Cum%VP was 1.4% in patients with sinus node disease (SND) and 28.8% in patients with AV block (AVB). Cum%VP &lt;= 40% was observed in 72% of all. patients, in 50% of AVB patients, and in 86% of SND patients. Conclusion The MVP mode is capable of achieving a tow percent of ventricular pacing in a standard pacemaker population with SND and AVB. In addition, 72% of patients in MVP mode demonstrated Cum%VP &lt;= 40%.},
  author       = {Milasinovic, Goran and Tscheliessnigg, Karlheinz and Boehmer, Anthonie and Vancura, Vladimir and Schuchert, Andreas and Brandt, Johan and Wiggenhorn, Christopher and Hofman, Maaike and Sperze, Johannes},
  issn         = {1532-2092},
  keyword      = {atrioventricular block,ventricular pacing,managed ventricular pacing,sinus node disease,pacing algorithms},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {151--155},
  publisher    = {Oxford University Press},
  series       = {Europace},
  title        = {Percent ventricular pacing with managed ventricular pacing mode in standard pacemaker population},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/europace/eum288},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {2008},
}