High-density automated mapping and entrainment pacing for successful atypical flutter ablation with one RF application.
 
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Biosense Webster, J&J Poland
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Cardiology Department, Medicover Hospital, Warsaw
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Urszula Angelika Hangiel   

Biosense Webster, J&J Poland,Iłżecka 24 02-135 Warsaw Poland
Publish date: 2018-01-02
 
Heart Beat 2017;2:43–45
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Atypical left atrial flutter may emerge as a complication after atrial fibrillation ablation, especially when linear and substrate ablation were initially deployed. In such cases, most effective therapy is radiofrequency ablation, however the procedure can be long lasting and challenging. Use of multielectrode catheters and high-density mapping algorithms together with conventional electrophysiological approach may shorten and simplify treatment.
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