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The cycle length criteria for His-bundle capture are capable of determining pacing types misclassified by the output criteria.

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Summary of "The cycle length criteria for His-bundle capture are capable of determining pacing types misclassified by the output criteria."

His-bundle pacing is currently defined according to the output criteria. However, potential non-selective His bundle pacing (NSHBP) might be misclassified as right ventricular pacing by the output criteria.

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Name: Heart rhythm
ISSN: 1556-3871
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