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  • A systematic review on recurrent cardioinhibitory vasovagal syncope: Does pacing therapy break the fall? [Review]
    Pacing Clin Electrophysiol 2019; 42(10):1400-1407da Cunha GJL, Rocha BML, … Fonseca C
  • Vasovagal reflex is the most common cause of syncope. Pacemaker with rate drop response (RDR) or closed-loop stimulation (CLS) anti-syncope algorithms have been studied in recurrent vasovagal syncope (VVS), with conflicting results. We aim to investigate the role of pacemaker therapy and anti-syncope pacing mode in cardioinhibitory recurrent VVS. MEDLINE, Cochrane Library and registered clinical …
  • Aetiologies and temporal trends of atrioventricular block in young patients: a 20-year nationwide study. [Journal Article]
    Europace 2019; 21(11):1710-1716Rudbeck-Resdal J, Christiansen MK, … Jensen HK
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a nationwide cohort, the aetiology of AVB was identified in only half the patients younger than 50 years referred for first-time pacemaker implantation. The number of patients with unknown aetiology increased during the study period. These findings indicate need for better insight into aetiologies of AVB and improved diagnostic work-up guidelines.
  • Does A Therapy for Reflex Vasovagal Syncope Really Exist? [Review]
    High Blood Press Cardiovasc Prev 2019; 26(4):273-281Romano S, Branz L, … Minuz P
  • Syncope is a temporary loss of consciousness due to transient global cerebral hypoperfusion. Reflex syncope is the most frequent, representing 21% of all types of syncopal events, and includes: (a) the vasovagal syncope (classical type); (b) the situational syncope; (c) the carotid sinus syncope and (d) non-classical forms. An accurate anamnesis and physical examination are fundamental for the di…
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