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Do the Official Guidelines for Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Need to Be Changed?

  • Nadim G. Khan
  • Anne B. Curtis
  • Bengt Herweg
  • S. Serge Barold

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Right Ventricle Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Tissue Doppler Imaging Reverse Remodel Heart Failure Hospitalization 
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  • Nadim G. Khan
  • Anne B. Curtis
  • Bengt Herweg
  • S. Serge Barold

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