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Multi-site cardiac stimulation device and method for detecting retrograde conduction



Multi-site cardiac stimulation device and method for detecting retrograde conduction



Official Gazette of the United States Patent & Trademark Office Patents 1273(4), Aug 26



An implantable cardiac stimulation device, such as a pacemaker, defibrillator and/or cardioverter, and an associated method that provide cardiac stimulation to at least two ventricular stimulation sites, within a single ventricle or across two ventricles. A high intrinsic atrial rate triggers a retrograde conduction detection routine when a high ventricular stimulation rate is sustained for a predetermined number of cycles during an atrial sensing mode. This routine interrupts concurrent stimulation, and alternates the stimulation output to the different ventricular sites.

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