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Our Experience with Dual Sensor Rate-adaptive Permanent Pacemakers [Turk Kardiyol Dern Ars]
Turk Kardiyol Dern Ars. 1992; 20(5): 290-293

Our Experience with Dual Sensor Rate-adaptive Permanent Pacemakers

Nuran YAZICIOĞLU1, Cengiz ÇELİKER1, Cem DEMİROĞLU1

In this study we present the rate-adaptive behavior of a new developed dual sensor rate responsive pacemaker (PM) combining QT interval and activity. We tested this dual sensor (DS) PM in 5 patients (56±8 yrs) with implanted Topaz model 515. We compared the DS rate response to that of the individual sensors during three treadmill exercise stress tests. The DS rate response showed a fast onset of the rate response. After the first minute of exercise, the rate increase was proportional to the level of exercise. During rest the rate decreased gradually. We conclude that at onset of exercise DS showed rate response due to activity sensor. Then the rate increase and rate decay was achieved by QT interval iriformation.


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Nuran YAZICIOĞLU, Cengiz ÇELİKER, Cem DEMİROĞLU. Our Experience with Dual Sensor Rate-adaptive Permanent Pacemakers. Turk Kardiyol Dern Ars. 1992; 20(5): 290-293
Manuscript Language: Turkish


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