FREQUENCY OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN PATIENTS WITH IMPLANTATION OF VENTRICULAR DEMAND RATE RESPONSIVE AND DUAL CHAMBER RATE-MODULATED PACEMAKER

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Javaidullah Khan
Zahoor Ahmad Khan
Rashid Iqbal
Sami Ullah
Salman Ahmad Khan
Rizwan

Abstract

Objectives:


To determine the frequency of AF in patients after implantation of permanent pacemaker.


Methodology:


This longitudinal observational study was conducted in the department of cardiology Hayatabad Medical Complex from 1st September 2018 to 31st August 2019 through a descriptive cross sectional study design, a total of 58 patients were included in this study.
Results:


A total of 58 patients were included in the study. Sample size calculated by WHO sample size calculator using 95%confidence interval and 5% error. 29 (50%) patients had no comorbidity, 5 (8.5%) patients were Diabetic, 17 (29.3%) patients were hypertensive, 7 (12.1%) patients were having CAD. 15 (25.9%) Patients had normal Echo Report with ejection fraction >55%, 34 (58.6%) Patients had Preserved LV Function, 9 (15.5%) Patients were recorded with impaired LV Function. 32 (55.2%) had VVIR Device implanted whereas in 26 (44.8%) patients DDDR Device was implanted. 58 (100%) patients had Sinus Rhythm during implantation. At one month follow up, 56 (96.6%) had Sinus Rhythm, 2 (3.4%) patients had Atrial Fibrillation. At one year, 50 (85.2%) patients had sinus Rhythm and 8 (13.8%) patients had AF., and 13 (22.4%) patients had developed Heart Failure.
Conclusions:


Our study showed AF burden initially decreased significantly but over long-term AF significantly increased progressively

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Khan J, Ahmad Khan Z, Iqbal R, Ullah S, Ahmad Khan S, Rizwan. FREQUENCY OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN PATIENTS WITH IMPLANTATION OF VENTRICULAR DEMAND RATE RESPONSIVE AND DUAL CHAMBER RATE-MODULATED PACEMAKER. J Postgrad Med Inst [Internet]. 2024 Feb. 17 [cited 2024 Apr. 17];38(1):59-63. Available from: https://jpmi.org.pk/index.php/jpmi/article/view/3201
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