Catheter Ablation of Ventricular Arrhythmias
- 48 pages
- Spiral Bound
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
- Ships in 5 – 10 business days
- Key Points
- Graded Recommendations
- Patient evaluation
- Indications for Catheter Ablation
- Procedural Planning
- Intraprocedural Patient Care
- Mapping and Imaging Techniques
- Mapping and Ablation
- Postprocedural Care
- Training and Institutional Requirements and Competencies
- Monomorphic (A), pleomorphic (B), and polymorphic (C) VT
- Congenital heart disease and sustained VT Algorithm
- Examples of 12-lead ECGs of PVCs from different left ventricular sites
- Examples of 12-lead ECGs of PVCs from different right ventricular sites
- Entrainment responses from components of reentrant VT circuit
- Pacing from the protected isthmus of a VT circuit
- Anatomical boundaries of the LV summit, with the inaccessible  and accessible  parts
- Intraprocedural imaging during ablation of papillary muscle arrhythmias
- Overview of the workflow for catheter ablation of VT in patients with IHD
- Epicardial substrate ablation in a patient with BrS and appropriate ICD shocks for VF
- Right ventricular voltage maps
- Anatomical isthmuses in repaired TOF according to surgical approach and variation of the malformation
- Factors influencing outcomes post VA ablation
- The PAAINESD score
- Types of bundle branch reentrant tachycardia
- Fascicular VTs
- Major complications of VA ablation in patients with structural heart disease
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