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Relationship between right ventricular pacing and non-sustained ventricular arrhythmias in patients with dual-chamber pacemaker and normal range left ventricular ejection fraction

El‑Zein R, Amin A, Billakanty S, Fu E, Nichols A, Nelson S, Kleman J, Kidwell G, Chopra N

Background: Right ventricular pacing (RVP) increases heart failure, AF, and death rates in pacemaker patients and ventricular arrhythmias (VAs) in defibrillator patients. However, the impact of RVP on VAs burden...
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Clinical outcomes after pulmonary vein isolation using an automated tagging module in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

Cho M, Kim J, Do U, Kim M, Nam G, Choi K, Kim Y

Background: An automated tagging module (VISITAG™; Biosense Webster, Irvine, CA) allows objective demonstration of energy delivery. However, the effect of VISITAG™ on clinical outcomes remains unclear. This study evaluated (1)...
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Accuracy and clinical feasibility of 3D‑myocardial thickness map measured by cardiac computed tomogram

Kwon O, Lee J, Lim S, Park J, Han H, Yang S, Hwang I, Yu H, Kim T, Uhm J, Joung B, Lee M, Pak H

Background: Although myocardial thickness is an important variable for therapeutic catheter ablation of cardiac arrhythmias, quantification of wall thickness has been overlooked. We developed a software (AMBER) that measures 3D-myocardial...
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Utility of a new imaging system for displaying complex anatomy during AF ablation with cryoenergy

Schillaci V, Stabile G, Shopova G, Arestia A, Solimene F

Background: A new catheter-based 3D dielectric imaging modality to guide electrophysiology ablation procedures that does not require contact or X-ray to image and offers new benefits for cryoablation procedures. Case presentation...
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Prognostic value of routine blood tests along with clinical risk factors in predicting ischemic stroke in non‑valvular atrial fibrillation: a prospective cohort study

Yang S, Cha M, Kwak S, Kwon S, Lee S, Park J, Choi Y, Moon I, Lee E, Lee S, Choi E, Oh S

Background: In patients with atrial fibrillation (AF), most biomarkers are still of limited use due to cost-effectiveness and complexity in clinical practice. Hypotheses Biomarkers from routine blood tests improve the current...
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