Hemodynamic effects of different pacing ratios in chronic dynamic double cardiomyoplasty
Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Plasma Membrane Neurotransmitter Transport Proteins
In this canine model, pacing every other beat produces hemodynamic results that are statistically similar to pacing every beat. Less frequent stimulation of the latissimus dorsi muscle may preserve its function and improve clinical results without compromising hemodynamic benefit.