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The Kit: Access, Catheter Placement, Transeptal Puncture, Ablation Technology, 3D Mapping

  • Jason V. GarciaEmail author
  • Daniel K. Y. Wan
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Abstract

This Chapter will review the essential components and equipment utilized to run and perform electrophysiology studies. Particular attention will be given to the preparation of the patient, access techniques, catheter placement and the different mapping equipment available to diagnose and treat arrhythmias.

Keywords

Kit 3D mapping Ablation Catheters Access 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ElectrophysiologyBarts Heart CentreLondonUK

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