A Detailed View on Pacemaker Lead Parameters Remotely Transmitted after Magnetic Resonance
Background The purpose of this study was to analyze potential influences of magnetic resonance (MR) on the course of automatically device‐based assessed lead parameters remotely transmitted in patients who were implanted with MR‐conditional permanent pacemakers (PMs) and who had nondiagnostic brain...
WOLLMANN, CHRISTIAN G
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HOBOKEN WILEY 01.06.2015
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|published in:||Pacing and clinical electrophysiology Vol. 38; no. 6; pp. 746 - 757|
|Data of publication:||June 2015|
Disclosures: Christian G. Wollmann received the following: Biotronik (consulting, lecture fees, travel grants), Boston Scientific (consulting, lecture fees, travel grants), Medtronic (consulting, travel grants), and St. Jude Medical (lecture fees, clinical advisory board). Erich Steiner: none. Frank Kleinjung: employee at Biotronik SE&Co. KG. Harald Mayr: none.
The ProMRI Single Center Pilot Study was funded by Biotronik SE&Co KG., Berlin, Germany.
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