ALCVAdvanced Land Combat Vehicle
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The results showed that compared with the RVA group at the ALCV, the RVMS had lower response rates; compared with the RVMS group at the PLCV, the RVA group had lower response rates, and the performances of these two groups at the LCV were similar.
This study showed that when the left ventricular lead was implanted into the ALCV or the PLCV, the selection of the right ventricular lead position had a greater influence on both myocardial remodeling and arrhythmias in patients; therefore, implantation of the right ventricular lead into inappropriate locations should be avoided.
The lead was not implanted randomly; therefore, implantation of the left and right ventricular leads might be associated with selection bias, and a lower percentage of leads was positioned at the ALCV. The conventional localization method was used for the RVMS and was confirmed by a third party; however, due to technical limitations, this method might not be accurate.