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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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He will reign on David's throne and over his kingdom, establishing and upholding it with justice and righteousness.
Solomon stands as the third claimant to David's throne (after Absalom and Adonijah) whose legitimacy to rule was not first proclaimed through prophetic revelation to be directly from Yahweh, but he is the first who would establish the sovereignty of monarchic authority over that of prophetic Yahwism.
In the ensuing and extremely intricate account of Absalom's usurpation of David's throne, Absalom replaced Joab as commander with Amasa, whom Joab then later killed after David himself announced that Amasa would replace Joab as his own commander as well (2 Samuel 17:25; 20:4-13).