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TABLE S1: Patient Demographics and LV Lead Characteristics. All Data Presented in Mean ± SEM.

TABLE S2: Probability of Phrenic Nerve Stimulation (PNS) at Maximum Pacing Output (10 V, 1.5 milliseconds), at LV Threshold and Different Pacing Strategies to Minimize PNS Between LV Pacing Configurations. LVSM = LV capture safety margin; LVt = LV threshold; PW = pulse width.

jce12159-sup-0002-FigS1.tif28922KFigure S1: Phrenic nerve and LV strength-duration curves on 2 different pacing configurations in the same patient. This illustrates the different LV capture safety margin (LVSM) that can result from different pacing strategies to minimize phrenic nerve stimulation.

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