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Using a external chest electrode, connected in parallel with distal esophageal electrode, allowed effective atrial capture in more than 80% of patients at pacing pulse current 13 mA or less, while 19 mA was required for 100% capture (Fig.
Utilization of an additional chest electrode connected electrically in parallel with a distal esophageal electrode resulted in pacing threshold reduction of 2 to 7 mA in 50% of cases (Fig.
The other type of electrodes used in medical field includes intraocular retinal electrodes, esophageal electrodes and cortical electrodes apart from other commonly used electrodes.