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  • Mycobacterium Mageritense Bacteremia after Implantation of Pacemaker : Report of a Case  [in Japanese]

    奥山 淳 , 宮武 司 , 新井 洋輔 , 内藤 祐嗣 , 村上 達哉

    胸部外科 = The Japanese journal of thoracic surgery 72(5), 399-403, 2019-05

  • The Appearance of Vegetation-Like Mass in Device Pocket Infections

    Henmi Ryuta , Manaka Tetsuyuki , Ejima Koichiro , Yashiro Bun , Yagishita Daigo , Shoda Morio , Hagiwara Nobuhisa , Saito Satoshi

    … According to HRS guideline revised in 2009, Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device (CIED) pocket infection became class I indication for complete system removal. … The purpose of this study is to evaluate the characteristics of infection in patients with CIED infections. …

    Journal of Arrhythmia 27(Supplement), PJ3_069-PJ3_069, 2011

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  • Experience of Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Extraction

    Nishii Nobuhiro , Sano Shunji , Morio Shoda , Kubo Motoki , Nakagawa Koji , Tanaka Masamichi , Nagase Satoshi , Morita Hiroshi , Kusano Kengo , Ito Hiroshi , Takagaki Masami

    … As the number of cardiovascular implantable electronic device (CIED) implantation is increasing, the number of complication is also increasing such as infection, lead fracture or lead perforation. … In Japan, we have been able to use Excimer laser since July 2010, we could extract CIED with minimum injury. …

    Journal of Arrhythmia 27(Supplement), PJ3_068-PJ3_068, 2011

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  • Management of Localized Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Pocket Infection without Lead Removal

    Narita Yuji , Kuwabara Fumiaki , Okada Masaho , Tokuda Yoshiyuki , Araki Yoshimori , Oshima Hideki , Usui Akihiko , Ueda Yuichi

    … AHA statement indicated that complete device and lead removal is recommended for all patients with Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device (CIED) pocket infection as a Class I recommendation (Circulation 2010; … We have managed localized CIED pocket infection without lead removal. …

    Journal of Arrhythmia 27(Supplement), PJ3_067-PJ3_067, 2011

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  • Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Therapy in Patients with Renal Insufficiency

    Ishikawa Toshiyuki

    Cardiovascular implantable electronic device (CIED) therapy in patients with renal insufficiency has a lot of problems. … The opposite site of the shunt of hemodialysis is usually chosen for the CIED implantation site. … However, the shunt is sometimes moved to the CIED implantation site due to the shunt troubles. …

    Journal of Arrhythmia 27(Supplement), JAC2_4, 2011

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