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Cardiac systolic failure - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 03 February 2022

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Impact of adaptive cardiac resynchronization therapy in patients with systolic heart failure: Beyond QRS duration and morphology.

Regardless of QRS morphology, the aim of this report was to investigate the clinical benefits of aCRT compared to conventional biventricular CRT. After CRT device implantation using historical data from BiV-CRT's clinical registry, a matched analysis was conducted to assess the effect of aCRT on the change in mechanical and electrical parameters after CRT device implantation. All patients in both the aCRT and HC groups' measured results, with left ventricular volume significantly reduced after CRT. After CRT was much more prominent in the aCRT group than in the BiV-CRT group, the difference was clear in patients with a moderately high QRS. The relative decrease in LVESV [39 % vs. 2 %, p = 0. 04] and the number of LV volume responders in the aCRT group were significantly higher in the aCRT group than in the HC group.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34937673

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