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MULTIPOINT™ PACING CASE STUDIES

The following collection of international physician sponsored studies highlights electrical and hemodynamic changes in patients undergoing cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT). Read the case studies to learn how patients were impacted when MultiPoint Pacing was activated.

INDIVIDUAL CASE STUDIES

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Hemodynamic Case Study: Maximum lV DP/DTmax Achieved with MultiPoint Pacing as Measured by Non-Invasive Means in a Terminal Heart Failure Patient –Katherine Fan, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: MultiPoint Pacing Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Improves Hemodynamic Outcomes – Seung-Jung Park, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: Optimization of Cardiac Pacing Outcomes by Use of MultiPoint Pacing Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) Compared with Conventional CRT – Prof. Ian Wilcox, Prof. Michael Vallely and Michele McGrady, MD

Electrical Case Study: MultiPoint Pacing Implant Finding and Optimization Considerations – A. Kloppe, MD and D. Migic, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: LV Dyssynchrony and Hemodynamic MultiPoint™ Pacing After Three Months – Pau Alonso Fernández, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: Improving the Hemodynamic Response to Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy While Eliminating Phrenic Nerve Stimulation in a Patient with Non-Ischemic Cardiomyopathy – John F. Lund, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: An OPTICARE-OLV Case Study: Pressure Volume Loops to Optimize CRT with a Quadripolar (Quartet Lead) Left Ventricular Lead – W. M. van Everdingen, MD, A.T. Tuinenburg, MD and M. Meine, MD

Electrical Case Study: Significant QRS Duration Reduction and Maximal DP/DP Achieved Only by MultiPoint Pacing – Katherine Fan, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: Can MultiPoint Pacing Improve an Echo-Optimized Patient? – T. Smilde, MD

Hemodynamic Case Study: How Will This New Technology Influence Velocity Time Integral? – M. Giammaria, MD

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