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2010 | 37 | 2 | 271-294
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Co zmieniło się w leczeniu pacjentów ze wskazaniami do implantacji stymulatorów serca w ciągu ostatnich 5 lat

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What has changed in the treatment of patients with pacemaker implantation indication in the last five years?
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Wstęp: Celem pracy było porównanie typu i rodzaju implantowanych stymulatorów serca (PM) oraz zmian jakie dokonały się we wskazaniach do implantacji obowiązujących w roku 2004 i w 2009 roku. Metodyka: Badanie przeprowadzono w oparciu o dane Łódzkiego Rejestru Elektrostymulacji (LRE). Porównywano: dane epidemiologiczne, ilość i rodzaj wykonanych zabiegów, wskazania do implantacji, rodzaj implantowanego PM w roku 2004 (grupa 04) i 2009 (grupa 09). Wyniki: Do analizy włączono 711 pacjentów (pts): 281 pts w grupie 04 i 430 pts w grupie 09. W roku 2004 wykonano 234 implantacji, w roku 2009 - 280. W grupie 09 zwiększyła się ilość reimplantacji - 34,9% wszystkich zabiegów (2004 r. - 16,7%). Blok przedsionkowo-komorowy (p-k) II i III stopnia zarówno w 2004 r. i w 2009 r. był głównym wskazaniem do implantacji PM (ponad 40%). W 2009 r. ponad 90% pts w przebiegu zespołu bradykardia-tachykardia (BTS) miało zastosowany fizjologiczny tryb stymulacji DDDR. W utrwalonym migotaniu przedsionków w roku 2004 jak i 2009 implantowano PM VVI, ale w 2009 roku były to wyłącznie stymulatory „rate adaptive”. W 2009 roku 6% pts miało implantowany stymulator jako metodę leczenia niewydolności serca.
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Introduction: The aim of the following study was a comparison of the types of the implanted cardiac pacemakers (PM) and the changes which took place in the guidelines for the implantation of the PM being used in 2004 and 2009. Methods: The study was performed based on the data from the Łódzki Rejestr Elektrostymulacji (LRE). Comparison of epidemiological data, PM types and modes and types of the performed procedures in 2004 and 2009 was assessed. Results: The final study included 711 patients (pts): 281pts in 2004 and 430pts in 2009. In 2004 234 new implantations were performed wheras in 2009 – 280. In 2009 the number of reimplantations increased and constituted 34.9% of all the procedures (in 2004 – 16.7%). Atrioventricular blocks (2nd and 3rd degree) were the main indication for the implantation of PM both in 2004 and 2009 (exceeding 40%). In 2009, more than 90% of pts with the BTS were being applied the physiological type of the DDDR stimulation. In chronic Atrial Fibration (AF), both in 2004 and 2009, PM VVI were implanted – in the 2009 group only the PM “rate adaptive” were used. In the 2009 in 6% of pts cardiac resynchronization PM were implanted as the heart failure indication.
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2
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271-294
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  • Zakład Elektrokardiologii, I Katedry Kardiologii i Kardiochirurgii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi
  • Zakład Elektrokardiologii, I Katedry Kardiologii i Kardiochirurgii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi
  • Zakład Elektrokardiologii, I Katedry Kardiologii i Kardiochirurgii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi
  • Centrum Komputerowe Politechniki Łódzkiej
  • Klinika Kardiochirurgii I Katedry Kardiologii i Kardiochirurgii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi
  • Zakład Elektrokardiologii, I Katedry Kardiologii i Kardiochirurgii, Uniwersytet Medyczny w Łodzi
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