Techniques for Permanent Transvenous Pacemaker Implantation: Personal Preferences
Every experienced surgeon eventually develops unique techniques that, in his hands, facilitate the operation. I have outlined a number of my own methods that are designed, in general, to enhance pacing reliability and avoid reoperation, and to simplify reoperations should they become necessary. These methods may prove useful to others.
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