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Conflict of Interest: Aurelie Leplus has received speaker fees from Boston Scientific. Denys Fontaine is consultant for Medtronic, Boston Scientific, and Abbott and has received research grants from Abbott and Medtronic, outside the present study. Jimmy Voirin is consultant for Medtronic and Boston Scientific and has received fees from Medtronic and Boston Scientific. Philippe Rigoard reports grants and personal fees from Medtronic, Abbott, and Boston Scientific, outside the submitted work. The remaining authors reported no conflict of interest.