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Rate-dependent elevation of the capture threshold after implantation of a leadless pacemaker.

The procedural success in the implantation of cardiac electric devices depends on both the implanted position and the electric performance. The capture threshold and the pacing output affect the estimated battery longevity. In a case with a high capture threshold, recapture and reimplantation of a leadless pacemaker are commonly recommended. We experienced a case with the rate-dependent elevation of the capture threshold following the implantation of a leadless pacemaker. The recognition of the rate-dependency of the capture threshold and the acceptable programming could avoid the unnecessary recapture and reimplantation of that, avoiding the increase of procedural risks.

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