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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
In temporary pacing the primary approach is transvenous--either percutaneous or via a cutdown in the jugular or brachial vein system. Tripolar and quadripolar pacemaker catheters which have been used for His bundle recordings are now obtainable as well as the bipolar variety. Among the latter is the floating catheter which may also be used as an intracavitary electrocardiogram. Doctor Furman of New York City has been extremely successful with this type in approximately 500 patients.
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