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Dual-Chamber and VVI Implantable Defibrillator. A multicenter study comparing dual-chamber (DDDR) implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) therapy with single-chamber (VVI) ICD therapy in patients with low ejection fractions (40%) and standard ICD indications
Conclusions Dual chamber rate responsive pacing as compared with ventricular backup-only pacing worsens the combined end point of mortality and heart failure-related hospitalization
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Ahmed Ali Issa, Ahmed Elmi Samater, Ibahim Jama Afkan and Da'ud Sahal Idleh were part of an eight-man gang convicted of the murders of four foreign aid workers in 2003 and 2004, including the Eyeingtons.
Sumhun ben Da'ud complained to his correspondent, Joseph ben 'Awkel of Fustat (old Cairo), that "my reputation is being ruined.
The Journey of Little Gandhi, 1994])- Khuri's Lebanese colleagues Rashid al-Da'if and Hasan Da'ud reflect the same sense of disillusion by depicting the mundane elements of daily existence in truly obsessive detail.
For example, when al-Nasir Da'ud captured Aiyub in 1248, Shajara accompanied him to his confinement at al-Karak.
On July 4, Coalition forces captured a senior al Qaeda in Iraq leader named Khalid Abdul Fattah Da'ud Mahmoud al-Mashadani, the highest ranking Iraqi in the organization.