Topics Discussed: cardiac electrophysiology; cardiovascular disease; electrophysiologic techniques, cardiac.
Evaluation of tachycardia mechanism, in preparation
for catheter ablation procedure.
Evaluation of wide QRS tachycardia, where ECG interpretation
does not clarify mechanism of tachycardia.
Evaluation of sudden cardiac arrest.
Evaluation of unexplained syncope.
Risk stratification for risk of cardiac arrest in patients with
repaired congenital heart disease.
Evaluation of conduction system, or risk of tachycardia, particularly
prior to surgery for congenital heart disease.
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