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Transvenous permanent pacemaker implantation after debranching thoracic endovascular aortic repair; A case series.

Debranching thoracic endovascular aortic repair may disturb the implantation of a cardiac implantable electronic device in the anterior thoracic region. In case 1, the bypass graft between the right axillary artery, left axillary artery, and left common carotid artery disturbed pacemaker implantation from the left anterior thoracic region. Therefore, right-sided implantation was selected. By contrast, in case 2, the bypass graft between axillary arteries in the anterior thoracic region was visible on fluoroscopy, and we performed conventional left-sided pacemaker implantation with extra-thoracic puncture. The pacemaker implantations were successful in both cases. The implantation strategies were affected by the number of debranched arteries and visibility of the bypass graft.

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