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Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation

W. Jackman (Hrsg.), Michel Haissaguerre (Hrsg.), Etienne Aliot (Hrsg.)

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Catheter Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation Edited by Etienne Aliot, MD, FESC, FACC, FHRS Chief of Cardiology,Hôpital Central, University of Nancy, France Michel Haïssaguerre, MD Chief of Electrophysiology,Hôpital Cardiologique du Haut-Lévêque, France Warren M. Jackman, MD Chief of Electrophysiology, Universityof Oklahoma Health Science Center, USA In this text, internationally recognized authors explore andexplain the advances in basic and clinical electrophysiology thathave had the greatest impact on catheter ablation of atrialfibrillation (AF). Designed to assist in patient care, stimulate research projects,and continue the remarkable advances in catheter ablation of AF ,the book covers: * * the fundamental concepts of AF, origin of signals, computersimulation, and updated reviews of ablation tools * * the present practical approaches to the ablation of specifictargets in the fibrillating atria, including pulmonary veins,atrial neural network, fragmented electrograms, and linear lesions,as well as the strategies in paroxysmal or chronic AF or facingleft atrial tachycardias * * the special challenge of heart failure patients, the impact ofablation on mortality, atrial mechanical function, and lessons fromsurgical AF ablation Richly illustrated by numerous high-quality images, CatheterAblation of Atrial Fibrillation will help every member of thepatient care team.



Electrophysiology, Kardiovaskuläre Erkrankung, Medizin, Elektrophysiologie, Medical Science