The resynchronization therapy in narrow QRS study (RethinQ Study): Methods and protocol design

Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology, Jan 2008

John F. Beshai, Richard Grimm

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The resynchronization therapy in narrow QRS study (RethinQ Study): Methods and protocol design

The resynchronization therapy in narrow QRS study (RethinQ study): Methods and protocol design,” which appeared in Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology The resynchronization therapy in narrow QRS study (RethinQ Study): Methods and protocol design John F. Beshai 0 Richard Grimm 0 Table 0 Required CRT-D programming 0 Parameter 0 0 J. F. Beshai ( CRT OFF CRT ON Pacing Mode VVI (Preferred) DDD DDD Base Rate 40 bpm 40 bpm AV/PV Delay Must be programmed long enough to allow for a high As determined during AV/PV optimization percentage of intrinsic conduction (DDD only) Interventricular Pace Delay N/A Shortest AV/PV Delay Must be programmed to 120 ms (DDD only) Negative AV/PV Hysteresis OFF (DDD only) - As determined during V-V optimization 70 ms or longer, as allowed by the optimized AV/PV delay ON (as allowed by optimized AV/PV delay)


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John F. Beshai, Richard Grimm. The resynchronization therapy in narrow QRS study (RethinQ Study): Methods and protocol design, Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology, 2008, 69, DOI: 10.1007/s10840-007-9192-z