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2010 | 37 | 2 | 243-258
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Optymalizacja programowania wszczepialnych kardiowerterówdefibrylatorów dla zmniejszenia liczby wyładowań

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Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators programming optimization to reduce the number of shocks
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The invention of implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) marked out a new era in the management of sudden cardiac death. In some cases, like Brugada syndrome or long QT syndrome, ICD is the only effective treatment of serious paroxysmal ventricular tachycardias or ventricular fibrillation. Unfortunately every treatment comes at a price of possible complications, and ICDs are not an exception, inappropriate shocks and their influence on life quality or even life duration, to name just few. Contemporary devices offer plenty programmable functions which, when suitably used, may minimize the risk of the issues mentioned above. Below we discuss some of the recently popular ICD optimization algorithms, that could reduce pernicious adverse effects of this crucial therapy.
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Wynalezienie wszczepialnych kardiowerterów-defibrylatorów (ang. Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillators – ICD) wyznacza nową epokę w dziejach zapobiegania nagłemu zgonowi sercowemu. W pewnych sytuacjach klinicznych, takich jak np. zespół Brugadów czy wrodzony zespół wydłuŜonego QT, wszczepienie ICD jest jedynym skutecznym sposobem zabezpieczenia chorych przed groźnymi dla Ŝycia napadowymi częstoskurczami komorowymi oraz migotaniem komór. Niestety kaŜda terapia niesie ze sobą potencjalne zagroŜenia, którymi w przypadku ICD jest problem obciąŜenia pacjentów nieadekwatnymi wyładowaniami oraz wpływ tych wyładowań na jakość Ŝycia, a nawet jego długość. Dostępne współcześnie ICD oferują wiele parametrów programowalnych, które odpowiednio ustawione mogą zminimalizować wspomniane zagroŜenia. W artykule omówiono zagadnienie optymalizacji programowania ICD w celu zmniejszenia liczby wyładowań.
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37
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2
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243-258
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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, holter@csk.umed.lodz.pl
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