PMID: 7690946Aug 1, 1993Paper

Permanent pacemaker positioning via the inferior vena cava in a case of single ventricle with loss of right atrial-vena cava continuity

Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology : PACE
J N WestM D Gammage


Successful dual chamber pacing was achieved by implanting permanent pacemaker leads using an extra-peritoneal approach to the inferior vena cava in a 48-year-old patient with a single ventricle, transposition of the great vessels, and a right atrial pulmonary artery shunt (Glenn's procedure). The pacemaker generator was implanted into a subcutaneous pocket in the anterior abdominal wall.


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