PMID: 6209666Nov 1, 1984Paper

Increasing cardiac rate by tracking the respiratory rate

Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology : PACE
P RossiM D Prando

Abstract

The rate responsive pacemaker using respiratory rate as a sensor was implanted in 22 patients, 19 patients for ventricular pacing and three for atrial pacing. The level of exercise achieved with this system was consistently higher than with a fixed ventricular pacing rate. In addition, no special chemical or mechanical sensors are required; the sensor itself is simple, long-lasting, and energy efficient. Thus, this system adapts easily to the individual patient.

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