alexa Not Enough QRS Shortening? Keep Calm and Add Another Lead | Abstract
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Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) diminishes symptoms and reduces hospitalization and mortality in patients with heart failure, LV dysfunction and left bundle branch block. However, up to one third of patients do not respond to CRT. In that regard, few initial studies presenting multisite pacing have shown encouraging results, demonstrating both feasibility and safety in placing a second CS lead in >80% of patients intended, with further QRS shortening, which is the most powerful predictor of LV reverse remodelling.

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Author(s): Jesús Jiménez-López, Ermengol Vallès, Oscar Alcalde, Begoña Benito, Sandra Cabrera and Julio Martí-Almor

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