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European Society of Cardiology Journals 21m
Ethanol infusion in the vein of Marshall for perimitral flutter ablation. Learn more about this approach in this paper:
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Matt O'Connor Jul 6
Thoughts on the cause of this noise please ....? 1month old implant. CXR looks fine (pin definitely past the header!). Impedance normal, threshold is up and sensing down in the A lead
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Julian Chun 21h
71 year old male. Referred for Redo AF Ablation from a different center. Syncope at age 12 while playing soccer. Ok, we thought straight forward Re-PVI but found this nice 🎁🎁🎁 😜 ,
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Matthew Goldstein Jul 6
Patient presents with a fib September 2019. Typical flutter April 2020. No ablation performed. No anti-arrhythmic presents with this. What is this rhythm?
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Ashkan Ehdaie MD Jul 6
I saw a scary movie last week. Produced and directed by Sotalol, starring IKr. (happy ending tho) ****viewer discretion is advised****
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Cardiva Medical Jul 6
Thank you Dr. Rho and the EP Crew at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, WA. VASCADE MVP – Early Ambulation. Simple. Proven!
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Ganesh Venkataraman Jul 5
65 yo with palps/near syncope. No prior cardiac hx. No response to adenosine, cardioverted to sinus in ER. Normal cath. Normal LV / Mild RV dilatation on echo. Any thoughts on site of origin and underlying pathology? Cardiac MRI pending.
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Master the ECG 18h
47 year old male with history of worsening SOB and pre syncope. What is the diagnosis ?
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Ganesh Venkataraman Jul 1
80 yo referred for new onset atrial flutter. Asymptomatic. Any takers on the diagnosis?
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Steven Zweibel 22h
Micra and AV node ablation today. Can you place a long SR0 sheath through the Micra introducer sheath to do the ablation after the Micra is in?
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Madison Powell 14h
taking to the next level!! A powerful combination
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Konstantinos Letsas Jul 4
Dual loop reentrant post-AF ablation AT. Beautiful 3-D image (CARTO 3). EGMs recorded at the common isthmus “speak” for themselves and guide successful ablation. Negative PPI with high output pacing entrainment at this site. EP is only EGMs, and nothing more.
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Stereotaxis 17h
Congratulations Fellows, Class of 2020🎓! We are proud of your accomplishments and inspired by your commitment to learning, patient care, and advancing the field of EP. Cheers to continued success 🥳🥂
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Andrea Natale, MD 15h
: First use of novel Dynamic Display software with in case. Shows signals in real-time w/o need for a stable reference. Within 2-3 beats we can dynamically visualize EGM amplitude on this posterior wall, and no need to do a full map.
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Danielle Belardo, MD Jul 1
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Boni May, APRN Jul 5
Reminiscing my EP Tech days... 😂
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David Kenigsberg, MD 10h
Today’s X3 case (50th laser): 60 min, dwell 37 min. LSPV, LIPV, RSPV all single pass + 100% RAPID; manual for part of 7mm R middle (shown below on endoscope and ICE) & part of RIPV. Posterior wall electrically isolated.
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Stefano Bordignon, EP 17h
Left atrial anterior line blocked, LAA activation Jump with P wave modification. Nice splitted P with isoelectric inbetween in PACs coming from the lateral side of the line..
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Jason Palmer 6h
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Etomaiko Jul 5
I’m having difficulty understanding what the propose of this is? They still have to have the procedure. The line works! Why complicate this further? What are your thoughts
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