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CIEDCenter for Intercultural Education and Development (Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
CIEDCounter Improvised Explosive Device
CIEDCentro de Investigacion, Educacion y Desarrollo (Peru)
CIEDCenter for Innovation and Economic Development (Gainesville, FL)
CIEDCenter for Internet Epidemiology and Defenses
CIEDCardiac Implantable Electronic Device
CIEDCardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device (heart rhythm device)
CIEDInternational Centre for Education and Development
CIEDCommittee on Institutional Equity and Diversity (Rutgers University; New Jersey)
CIEDChemical Infusion Execution Device
CIEDCentre for Initiatives in Education (Canada)
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He was given a course of oral antibiotics without any improvement and was referred to our center for cardiovascular implantable electronic device extraction.
Update on cardiovascular implantable electronic device infections and their management.
Predictors of mortality in patients with cardiovascular implantable electronic device infections.
Morbimortality of infective endocarditis associated with permanent cardiovascular implantable electronic devices.
Implantation success and infection in cardiovascular implantable electronic device procedures utilizing an antibacterial envelope.
Infections of cardiovascular implantable electronic devices. New England Journal of Medicine 367:842-849.
This 11-chapter guide to cardiac pacemakers, ICDs (implantable cardiac defibrillators), and CRTs (cardiac resynchronization therapies) explains indications for permanent and temporary cardiac pacing; the components of pacing and the ICD system; the hemodynamics of cardiac pacing and pacing mode selection; temporary cardiac pacing; techniques of implantation and removal; pacemaker timing cycles and special features; evaluation, troubleshooting, and the management of malfunctions; the implantable cardioverter-defibrillator; ICD follow-up and troubleshooting; and follow-up of the patient with CIEDs (cardiovascular implantable electronic devices).
It all started with cardiac pacemakers in 1958, but now we have cardiovascular implantable electronic devices (CIEDs).
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