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Role of Echocardiography Before CRT Implantation: Can We Predict Nonresponders?

  • Gabe B. Bleeker
  • Nico van der Veire
  • Martin J. Schalij
  • Jeroen J. Bax

Keywords

Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Heart Failure Patient Tissue Doppler Imaging Peak Systolic Velocity Left Ventricular Lead 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gabe B. Bleeker
  • Nico van der Veire
  • Martin J. Schalij
  • Jeroen J. Bax

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