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    1. Binggeli, C; Duru, F; Corti, R; Sudano, I; Spieker, LE; Turina, A; Westermann, P; Ostermeier, M; Rahn, M; Luscher, TF; Noll, G; Candinas, R
      Autonomic nervous system-controlled cardiac pacing: A comparison between intracardiac impedance signal and muscle sympathetic nerve activity

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Osswald, S; Cron, T; Gradel, C; Hilti, P; Lippert, M; Strobel, J; Schaldach, M; Buser, P; Pfisterer, M
      Closed-loop stimulation using intracardiac impedance as a sensor principle: Correlation of right ventricular dP/dt(max) and intracardiac impedance during dobutamine stress test

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    3. WINDECKER S; BUBIEN RS; HALPERIN L; MOORE A; KAY GN
      2-YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH RATE-MODULATED PACING CONTROLLED BY MIXED VENOUS OXYGEN-SATURATION

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    4. CARMOUCHE DG; BUBIEN RS; KAY GN
      THE EFFECT OF MAXIMUM HEART-RATE ON OXYGEN KINETICS AND EXERCISE PERFORMANCE AT LOW AND HIGH WORKLOADS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. BAROLD SS; BAROLD HS
      OPTIMAL CARDIAC PACING IN PATIENTS WITH CORONARY-ARTERY DISEASE

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    6. PARK E; WEILENMANN D; BLOCH K; KUEFFNER J; BORNZIN G; CANDINAS R; LEVINE PA
      ACTIVITY-CONTROLLED CIRCADIAN BASE-RATE

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    7. LANGENFELD H; KREIN A; KIRSTEIN M; BINNER L
      PEAK ENDOCARDIAL ACCELERATION-BASED CLINICAL-TESTING OF THE BEST DDDRPACEMAKER

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. ALT E; COMBS W; WILLHAUS R; CONDIE C; BAMBL E; FOTUHI P; PACHE J; SCHOMIG A
      A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF ACTIVITY AND DUAL SENSOR - ACTIVITY AND MINUTEVENTILATION PACING RESPONSES TO ASCENDING AND DESCENDING STAIRS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. LEUNG SK; LAU CP; TANG MO
      CARDIAC-OUTPUT IS A SENSITIVE INDICATOR OF DIFFERENCE IN EXERCISE PERFORMANCE BETWEEN SINGLE AND DUAL SENSOR PACEMAKERS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    10. LEWALTER T; RICKLI H; MACCARTER D; JUNG W; SCHIMPF R; SCHWARTZE P; CANDINAS R; LUDERITZ B
      OXYGEN-UPTAKE KINETICS DURING LOW-INTENSITY EXERCISE - RELEVANCE FOR RATE-ADAPTIVE PACEMAKER PROGRAMMING

      HEART
    11. BAROLD SS; BAROLD HS
      CONTEMPORARY-ISSUES IN RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING

      Clinical cardiology
    12. RICKLI H; MACCARTER DJ; MAIRE R; AMANN FW; CANDINAS R
      AGE AND SEX-RELATED CHANGES IN HEART-RATE TO VENTILATION COUPLING - IMPLICATIONS FOR RATE-ADAPTIVE PACEMAKER ALGORITHMS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    13. LAU CP; LEUNG SK; LEE ISF
      DELAYED EXERCISE RATE RESPONSE KINETICS DUE TO SENSOR CROSS-CHECKING IN A DUAL SENSOR RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING SYSTEM - THE IMPORTANCE OF INDIVIDUAL SENSOR PROGRAMMING

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. MATULA M; SCHLEGL M; ALT E
      ACTIVITY CONTROLLED CARDIAC-PACEMAKERS DURING STAIRWALKING - A COMPARISON OF ACCELEROMETER WITH VIBRATION GUIDED DEVICES AND WITH SINUS RATE

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    15. OSSWALD S; LEIGGENER C; BUSER PT; PFISTERER ME; BURCKHARDT D; BURKART F
      BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING UNDER LABORATORY ANDDAILY-LIFE CONDITIONS IN PATIENTS WITH MINUTE VENTILATION SINGLE CHAMBER PACEMAKERS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    16. LAZARUS A; MITCHELL K
      A PROSPECTIVE MULTICENTER STUDY DEMONSTRATING CLINICAL BENEFIT WITH ANEW ACCELEROMETER-BASED DDDR PACEMAKER

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    17. SCHMIDT M; AMMER R; EVANS F; PASQUANTONIO J; SOTTS L; GRIMES J; SCHOMIG A; ALT E
      IMPROVED ACCELEROMETER-BASED RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING BY MEANS OF 2ND-GENERATION SIGNAL-PROCESSING

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    18. HALTERN G; KEMPA L; OCHS JG; HANRATH P; SIGMUND M
      CHRONIC RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING IN PATIENTS WITH HEART-FAILURE

      Zeitschrift fur Kardiologie
    19. LEWALTER T; MACCARTER D; JUNG W; BAUER T; SCHIMPF R; MANZ M; LUDERITZ B
      THE LOW-INTENSITY TREADMILL EXERCISE PROTOCOL FOR APPROPRIATE RATE-ADAPTIVE PROGRAMMING OF MINUTE VENTILATION CONTROLLED PACEMAKERS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    20. OVSYSHCHER I; GULDAL M; KARAOGUZ R; KATZ A; BONDY C
      EVALUATION OF A NEW RATE-ADAPTIVE VENTRICULAR PACEMAKER CONTROLLED BYDOUBLE SENSORS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    21. WETZIG T; FISCHER G; WORTH H; HARDT R; HUBMANN M; BOLZ A; SCHALDACH M
      ANALYSIS OF THE VENTRICULAR EVOKED-RESPON SE AS A FUNCTION OF PHYSICAL LOAD AND HEART-RATE FOR USE IN RATE-ADAPTIVE PACEMAKERS

      Biomedizinische Technik
    22. ALT EU; SCHLEGL MJ; MATULA MM
      INTRINSIC HEART-RATE RESPONSE AS A PREDICTOR OF RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING BENEFIT

      Chest
    23. SCHLEGL M; MATULA M; ALT E
      IMPROVEMENT OF OXYGEN-UPTAKE BY RATE-ADAP TIVE PACING - IMPACT OF CHRONOTROPIC INCOMPETENCE

      Zeitschrift fur Kardiologie
    24. KAY GN; PHILIPPON F; BUBIEN RS; PLUMB VJ
      RATE MODULATED PACING BASED ON RIGHT-VENTRICULAR DP DT - QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF CHRONOTROPIC RESPONSE/

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. FAERESTRAND S; OHM OJ; STANGELAND L; HEYNEN H; MOORE A
      LONG-TERM CLINICAL-PERFORMANCE OF A CENTRAL VENOUS OXYGEN-SATURATION SENSOR FOR RATE-ADAPTIVE CARDIAC PACING

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    26. VANGELDER BM; BRACKE FALE; ELGAMAL MIH
      UPPER RATE PACING AFTER RADIOFREQUENCY CATHETER ABLATION IN A MINUTE VENTILATION RATE-ADAPTIVE DDD PACEMAKER

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    27. LAU CP; TAI YT; LEUNG WH; LEUNG SK; LI TPS; WONG CK; LEE ISF; YERICH C; ERICKSON M
      RATE-ADAPTIVE CARDIAC PACING USING RIGHT-VENTRICULAR VENOUS OXYGEN-SATURATION - QUANTIFICATION OF CHRONOTROPIC BEHAVIOR DURING DAILY ACTIVITIES AND MAXIMAL EXERCISE

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    28. PROVENIER F; JORDAENS L; VERSTRAETEN T; CLEMENT DL
      THE AUTOMATIC-MODE SWITCH FUNCTION IN SUCCESSIVE GENERATIONS OF MINUTE VENTILATION SENSING DUAL-CHAMBER RATE-RESPONSIVE PACEMAKERS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    29. LEUNG SK; LAU CP; WU CW; LEUNG WH; TAI YT; LEE I; CHOW YH
      QUANTITATIVE COMPARISON OF RATE RESPONSE AND OXYGEN-UPTAKE KINETICS BETWEEN DIFFERENT SENSOR MODES IN MULTISENSOR RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    30. FAERESTRAND S; OHM OJ
      CLINICAL-STUDY OF A NEW ACTIVITY SENSOR FOR RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING CONTROLLED BY ELECTRICAL SIGNALS GENERATED BY THE KINETIC-ENERGY OF A MOVING MAGNETIC BALL

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    31. ALT E; MATULA M; HOLZER K
      BEHAVIOR OF DIFFERENT ACTIVITY-BASED PACEMAKERS DURING TREADMILL EXERCISE TESTING WITH VARIABLE SLOPES - A COMPARISON OF 3 ACTIVITY-BASED PACING SYSTEMS

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    32. SINGER I; RIPLEY K; JOHNSON B; STODDARD M
      TEMPERATURE MAY BE AN APPROPRIATE SENSOR FOR CHRONOTROPICALLY INCOMPETENT PATIENTS WITH POSTURAL SYNCOPE

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. GALLIK DM; GUIDRY GW; MAHMARIAN JJ; VERANI MS; SPENCER WH
      COMPARISON OF VENTRICULAR-FUNCTION IN ATRIAL RATE-ADAPTIVE VERSUS DUAL-CHAMBER RATE-ADAPTIVE PACING DURING EXERCISE

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    34. GRUBB BP; WOLFE DA; SAMOIL D; HAHN H; ELLIOTT L
      ADAPTIVE RATE PACING CONTROLLED BY RIGHT VENTRICULAR PREEJECTION INTERVAL FOR SEVERE REFRACTORY ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION

      PACE-PACING AND CLINICAL ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. SCHALDACH M; URBASZEK A
      CURRENT STATUS OF PACEMAKER TECHNOLOGY .1 .

      Herz, Kreislauf


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