Electroanatomic Mapping in Evaluation of Complex Atrial Arrhythmias
Electroanatomic mapping was introduced into clinical practice more than 10 years ago and its use has become increasingly widespread. The principles  and basics  of the Carto system have been the subject of many publications and we assume that they are well-known to the reader. In the following pages, the electroanatomic mapping method used to approach the cases reported in this book is described. Since some of the concepts and settings are innovative, it is important to refer to these pages for a complete understanding of the method used for diagnosis and treatment in the 25 cases presented here.
KeywordsAtrial Flutter Tricuspid Annulus Electroanatomic Mapping Ablation Strategy Left Anterior Oblique
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