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Multi-site cardiac pacing system having trigger pace window



Multi-site cardiac pacing system having trigger pace window



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1263(3), Oct 15



Multi-site cardiac pacing systems for providing pacing to multiple spaced apart sites of a patient's heart, including especially but not limited to sites in right heart chamber (RHC) and left heart chamber (LHC), in triggered pacing modes while avoiding inappropriate delivery of triggered pacing to the RHC and/or LHC on a non-refractory sense event that occurs early in the cardiac cycle.

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