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How to prevent, recognize, and manage complications of lead extraction. Part II: Avoiding lead extraction—Noninfectious issues

Published:October 11, 2007DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hrthm.2007.10.017
      The first part of this review examined the infectious indications for lead extraction. This part discusses noninfectious indications for lead extraction and strategies for reducing the incidence of such indications.

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