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Transvenous pacemaker in a child less than 6 kg

By Thomas Krasemann, A. Rukosujew and H.H. Scheld

Abstract

The insertion of transvenous pacemakers in chidren is limitated by the calibre of the\ud upper chest veins and for this reason, many children receive epimyocardial leads.\ud This article reports a small patient who developed complete atrioventricular block after an\ud arterial switch operation for transposition of the great arteries.peer-reviewe

Topics: Congenital heart disease, Cardiac pacing, Artificial, Transposition of great vessels, Infants -- Diseases
Publisher: Images in Paediatric Cardiology
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:www.um.edu.mt:123456789/4069
Provided by: OAR@UM

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  1. (2004). 1 Clinical aspect of the subpectoral pulse generator Fig. 2 Chest X-ray demonstrating the position of the leads T Krasemann, A Rukosujew, and HH Scheld. Transvenous pacemaker in a child less than 6 kg. Images Paediatr Cardiol.
  2. (1995). Implantation of transvenous pacemakers in infants and small children. Ann Thorac Surg. doi
  3. Twenty years experience with pediatric pacing: epimyocardial and transvenous stimulation.

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