758 Reverse remodeling after cardiac resynchronization therapy affects the burden of ventricular arrhythmias: the InSync ICD Italian Registry

Padeletti, L.; Landolina, M.; Gasparini, M.; Lunati, M.; Santini, M.; Bianchi, S.; Perego, G.B.; Valsecchi, S.
June 2007
European Journal of Heart Failure. Supplements;
An abstract of the study "Reverse Remodeling After Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Affects the Burden of Ventricular Arrhythmias: The InSync ICD Italian Registry," by L. Padeletti and colleagues is presented.


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