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Role of Pacing in Neurally Mediated Syncope

Vikas Kuriachan and Robert Sheldon
Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta,Canada

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Long-Term Follow-Up of Patients With Long-QT Syndrome Treated With ß-Blockers and Continuous Pacing

Circulation 1999, 100:2431-2436
Parvin C. Dorostkar, Michael Eldar, Bernard Belhassen and Melvin M. Scheinman

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Ethical Dilemmas and End-of-Life Choices for Patients with Implantable Cardiac Devices: Decisions Regarding Discontinuation of Therapy

Blair P. Grubb, Beverly Karabin
Current Treatment Options in Cardiovascular Medicine, DOI 10.1007/s11936-011-0136-7

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Observations on Optimal Programming of Closed Loop Cardiac Pacemakers in Patients with Refractory Neurocardiogenic Syncope

Khalil Kanjwal and Blair P. Grubb
The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management, 2 (2011), 1–5

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The Implantable Loop Recorder: Current Uses, Future Directions

K Kanjwal, V M. Figueredo, B Karabin, B P. Grubb
The Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management

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Use of an implantable loop recorder to increase the diagnostic yield in unexplained syncope: results from the PICTURE registry

Nils Edvardsson, Viveka Frykman, Rob van Mechelen, Peter Mitro,
Afsaneh Mohii-Oskarsson, Jean-Luc Pasquie´, Hemanth Ramanna,
Frank Schwertfeger, Rodolfo Ventura, Despina Voulgaraki, Claudio Garutti,Pelle Stolt, and Nicholas J. Linker on behalf of the PICTURE Study Investigators

Europace Advance Access published November 19, 2010
 

Good Outcome Following Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest in a Child with Long QT Syndrome

Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Marlborough Street, Bristol

Richard M Beringer, Clinical fellow, Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, James Fraser and Andrew Gibson Paramedic Officer

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Initial Experience With a Technique for Wound Closure after Cardiac Device Implantation Designed to Reduce Infection and Minimize Tissue Scar Formation

Blair P. Grubb, Marlene Welch,Beverly Karabin,Warren Foster, Dong Zhang,and Khalil Kanjwal
American Journal of Therapeutics 0, 000–000 (2010)

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Role of Pacing in the Management of Neurocardiogenic Syncope

Paul A. Levine, MD
St. Jude Medical CRMD, Sylmar and Loma Linda University School of Medicine,
CA, USA

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Dual-Chamber Pacing in the Treatment of Neurally Mediated Tilt-Positive

Circulation 2000; 102; 294-299
Paolo Giani and Angel Moya, Richard Sutton, Michele Brignole, Carlo Menozzi, Antonio Raviele, Paolo Alboni, Paolo Giani and Angel Moya

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Preliminary observations on the use of closed-loop cardiac pacing in patients with refractory neurocardiogenic syncope

J Interv Card Electrophysiol
Khalil Kanjwal & Beverly Karabin & Yousuf Kanjwal and Blair P. Grubb

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A case of mistaken identity: Asystole causing convulsions identified using implantable loop recorder.

Int. J. Med. Sci. 2010, 7
Khalil Kanjwal, Beverly Karabin, Yousuf Kanjwal, Blair P Grubb

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An Anatomic-Based Approach for the Placement of Implantable Loop Recorders

PACE, 2010
Blair P. Grubb, Marlene Welch, Khalil Kanjwal, Beverly Karabin and Yousuf Kanjwal

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Differentiation of Convulsive Syncope from Epilepsy with an Implantable Loop Recorder

Khalil Kanjawal, Beverly Karabin, Yousef Kanjwal, Blair P. Grubb
International Journal of Medical Sciences

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Clinical Symptoms Associated with Asystolic or Bradycardic Responses on Implantable Loop Recorder Monitoring in Patients with Recurrent Syncope

Khalil Kanjawal, Beverly Karabin, Yousef Kanjwal, Blair P. Grubb
International Journal of Medical Sciences

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