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Qingsheng Zhu: Evoked response sensing for ischemia detection. Cardiac Pacemakers, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, March 4, 2008: US07340303 (30 worldwide citation)

A cardiac pacemaker in which an electrogram is recorded from an evoked response sensing channel in order to detect changes indicative of cardiac ischemia. If such changes are detected, the maximum allowable pacing rate can be decreased for those pacing modes that allow the pacing rate to change with ...


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Zhu Qingsheng: Evoked response sensing for ischemia detection. Cardiac Pacemakers, June 23, 2004: EP1429838-A1

A cardiac pacemaker in which an electrogram is recorded from an evoked response sensing channel in order to detect changes indicative of cardiac ischemia. If such changes are detected, the maximum allowable pacing rate can be decreased for those pacing modes that allow the pacing rate to change with ...


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Qingsheng Zhu: Evoked response sensing for ischemia detection. Schwegman Lundberg Woessner & Kluth Pa, March 27, 2003: US20030060854-A1

A cardiac pacemaker in which an electrogram is recorded from an evoked response sensing channel in order to detect changes indicative of cardiac ischemia. If such changes are detected, the maximum allowable pacing rate can be decreased for those pacing modes that allow the pacing rate to change with ...


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Zhu Qingsheng: Evoked response sensing for ischemia detection. Cardiac Pacemakers, STEFFEY Charles E, April 3, 2003: WO/2003/026740

A cardiac pacemaker in which an electrogram is recorded from an evoked response sensing channel in order to detect changes indicative of cardiac ischemia. If such changes are detected, the maximum allowable pacing rate can be decreased for those pacing modes that allow the pacing rate to change with ...