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Late cardiac perforation by a passive-fixation permanent pacemaker lead in a dog

Case Summary u2014-A 12-year-old Miniature Dachshund with a history of permanent endocardial pacemaker implantation who underwent surgery 7 weeks earlier was accepted for routine dental prophylaxis. Moderate left atrial and ventricular dilation were found with moderate to persistent degenerative valve disease and moderate ventricular dilation. Echocardiography revealed moderate persistent degenerative valve disease with modest left atrial and ventricular dilation. By the passive-fixation pacemaker lead, perforation of the right ventricular apex was confirmed the following day by surgical exposure of the cardiac apex. If evidence of perplexation of the pacemaker lead is discovered, the termination of the endocardial pacemaker lead by an epicardial pacemaker lead is justified.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2460/javma.233.8.1291


Study of the optimum fluoroscopic angle for the implant fixation test of a leadless cardiac pacemaker

Abstract of the Micra TPSu2122 is China's first leadless pacemaker. According to various implantation sites, the most suitable fluoroscopic angle for the intraoperative fixation test is selected, in order to reduce the fluoroscopy duration and radiation dose, and radiation dose, the test is based on the early safety and effectiveness of the device afterimplantation. A total of 110 patients who underwent Micra TPSu2122 implantation were chosen. In group B, the average fluoroscopic exposure was 270. 4 vs. 338. 1 mGy, with the average fluoroscopy duration of detecting the correct angle of fixation testing being considerably less than that in group A.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10554-022-02686-w


In vitro biostability of cardiac pacemaker lead insulations under static mechanical loading

Patients with cardiac arrhythmias are now being treated with standard transvenous rhythm implants. The new research examines in vitro methods to determine the biostability of Pellethane 2363 55D and the silicone MED 4765 as cardiac pacemaker lead insulations. Utilizing a physiological saline solution and a tempering oxidative solution, physiological environmental conditions were mimicked. After in vitro testing, two endothermal melting regions were present at 100 u00b0C and 170°C before, and a third melting region at 45°C. A change of thermal material properties as a result of degradation may occur at the additional melting peak. Degeneration phenomena were similar to in vivo experiments, but the severity and frequency depend on the bending radius. Thus, the benefits of mechanical loading for in vitro replication of clinically relevant lead insulation degradation were demonstrated.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/cdbme-2022-1114


Glutamate drives ‘local Ca2+ release’ in cardiac pacemaker cells

Abstract The sinoatrial node is the source of mammals' rhythmic heartbeats. Heart contraction is caused by the spontaneous firing of SAN pacemaker cells. We found a tight correlation between glutamate accumulation and LCR occurrence with a glutamate sensor, pointing to a potential association between glutamate and LCRs. In both intact and permeabilized SANPCs, Intracellular use of glutamate significantly raised the LCRs. We learned that mitochondrial excitatory amino acid transporter 1 -dependent mitochondrial glutamate import promoted ROS generation, which in turn led to the degradation of Ca 2+-handling proteins, resulting in improved LCRs. Importantly, EAAT1 depletion reduced both the spontaneous firing rates of isolated SANPCs and the heart rate in vitro and in vivo, as well as the cardiovascular rhythm control, establishing the central role of EAAT1 as a glutamate transporter in cardiac autonomic rhythm regulation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41422-022-00693-z


Computational Analysis of a Multi-Layered Skin and Cardiac Pacemaker Model Based on Neural Network Approach

The present research explores the potential damaging effects of the electromagnetic field of antennas used in cell phones or WiFi technologies on the pacemaker's body. This report aims to find out how skin layers can influence the operation of a pacemaker exposed to a high-frequency electromagnetic field. Similarly, the equations that describe the mathematical relation between the subcutaneous layer thickness and the electric field are used and applied to produce a neural network.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s22176359


Virus-induced inhibition of cardiac pacemaker channel HCN4 triggers bradycardia in human-induced stem cell system

Besides clinical research on bradycardia and sudden cardiac death, little is known about CVB3's effect on human cardiac pacemaker cells. When CVB3 was introduced, we found that HCN4 currents were reduced with reduced voltage dependency of activation when using HCN4 cell expression devices. Individual effects of single, non-structural CVB3 proteins were analyzed, and it was found that CVB3 proteins 2C and 3A had the most significant effect on HCN4 activity. The enterovirus CVB3 in Summarizing impedes human cardiac pacemaker function by lowering the pacemaker channel plasma membrane density, an effect that can be reversed by pharmacological intervention of endocytic vesicle trafficking.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00018-022-04435-7


Iatrogenic cardiac perforation due to pacemaker and defibrillator leads: a contemporary multicentre experience

Abstract Aims The aim of this paper is to determine the prevalence, clinical characteristics, treatment, and effects of pacemaker and implantable cardioverter-defibrillator lead cardiac perfusion. Cardiac leads are rare, but severe complications are common. Methods and findings A multicentre retrospective collection of three UK cardiac tertiary centers from 2016 to 2020, ranging from 2016 to 2020. Seventy cases of perforation were found from 10 631 procedures; the incidence of local implants was 0. 5 percent; Thirty-nine patients were female, mean age 74 years, and mean age 74 years. Left ventricular ejection percentage 51%. With a 96 percent sensitivity, computed tomography diagnosed peril. Lead parameter abnormalities were present in 86% and 96 percent of perforations diagnosed > 24 h, the most commonest symptom, with 48 percent present in 46%. In 17%, tamponade-induced tamponade was present in 17% and was associated with significant mortality and severe complications. According to multivariate investigation, anticoagulation status was related to tamponade. Tamponade has been linked to increased mortality and acute illnesses.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/europace/euac105

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